The 16th Annual
The conference contains papers in the following areas:
- computing education
- computing practice
- computing research
The theme this year is “New fields, fresh horizons”.
The philosophy of the conference is the encouragement and support of new, emerging and established researchers in a safe environment while encouraging excellence and academic discourse. In keeping with this somewhat eclectic vision, there are several categories of paper.
Full papers are peer refereed on submission by a review panel and accepted/modified/rejected. The editorial panel reviews final versions. They may be rejected or returned for modification at that point. The paper should be a maximum of 4000 words. The acceptance rate for full papers was 48%.
|Intellectual Midwifery: the birth of a research paper||Bob Barbour||15|
|Integrating International Students into Computing Classes: Issues and Strategies||Barbara Chamberlain, Beverley Hope||21|
|NgaIwi o Ngapuhi Membership System: Relationship Management and Relational Design||Radka Charkova, Aimee Lin, Tony Clear, Tess Lomax||31|
|SoDIS SEPIA _ Collaborative Partnerships in Software Engineering Research||Tony Clear, Roger McHaney, Don Gotterbarn||41|
|Agility in the classroom: Using Agile Development Methods to foster team work and adaptability amongst undergraduate programmers .||Sandra Cleland||49|
|Educational value of e-learning in conventional and complementary computing education.||Ken Eustace||53|
|The Trouble with Teaching Programming.||Patricia Haden, Samuel Mann||63|
|Codes of Conduct for Computing Professionals: an International Comparison .||Donald Joyce, Becky Blackshaw, Caroline King, Logan Muller||71|
|Teaching Technology to the Playstation Generation||Paul Kearney, Stephen Skelton||79|
|Putting the P in Programming: The importance of people and process.||Carol Kelly||85|
|RelaxNG with XML Data Structures.||Dave Kennedy||91|
|Using SoDIS for Target Audience Analysis: a Fresh Field Application.||Donald Koh||103|
|An Example of Teaching Journeyman Level Programming: XML Conversion of Course Descriptors.||Mike Lance||109<|
|Dancing in the moonlight: The nature and extent of portfolio employment IT academics.||Samuel Mann, Andy Williamson, Russell Hynd||119|
|The UDDI Registry _ A Work in Progress.||Iain Morrison||125|
|2 Classes, 2 Languages, 2 Methodologies and 1 Assignment.||Trevor Nesbit||135|
|Logical Relational Datamodelling through Normalisation by Synthesis.||J.P.Nijsse, R.J.Whiddett, Clare Atkins||143|
|NACCQ Qualifications A Performance Review and Future Developments.||Garry Roberton, Janne Ross||149|
|Use Cases and Traceability: A Marriage for Improved Software Quality.||Robert F. Roggio||159||table|
|How Safe Is Your Network? : A Guide to Practical Security Solutions.||Hira Sathu, Caroline King||169|
|Images of computers: a prehistory – hopes and fears realised?.||John van Dyk, Samuel Mann, Peter Brook||177|
Concise papers are reviewed on abstract by a review panel. The completed papers are reviewed by the editorial panel and may be rejected or returned for modification at that point. The paper should be a maximum of 2000 words.
A 915*600mm poster is displayed at the conference along with one page in the proceedings. Research primarily carried out by students is identified an NACCQ Capstone Projects logo.