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    • 1. Computing Curriculum Workshop 2004 Tom Healy Content and Curriculum Manager [email_address] Microsoft Research University Relations
    • 2. Workshop Objectives
      • Support an academic community working together on the future of computing curriculum.
      • Incubate discussion on curriculum practices.
        • Questions and interaction are strongly encouraged.
      • Faculty members engaged in curriculum development and delivery will address:
        • Challenges
        • Solutions
        • Best practices
    • 3. Who you are:
      • ~125: Instructors, Assistant Professors, Associate Professors, Professors, Chairs
      • Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Business Management Information Systems
      • ~ 90 Colleges and Universities
      • U.S., China, Latin America
    • 4. Today’s agenda Closing Remarks and General Q&A Tom Healy, Microsoft Research University Relations 5:00 p.m.
      • The Challenges and Opportunities of Developing a Security Curriculum, Brad Jensen, University of North Texas
      • Network Forensics and Security Lab Course, Krishinkal Cleetus, West Virginia University
      4:00 p.m.
      • Operating Systems: Concepts with Practice, Tom Doeppner, Brown University
      3:30 p.m. Break 3:00 p.m.
      • Advanced Programming Using C# and .NET, Ira Pohl, University of California, Santa Cruz
      • Exploring Web Software Architecture Using C# and .NET, Arthur H. Lee, Brown University
      2:00 p.m.
      • Tablet PC for Instructors, Beth Simon, University of San Diego
      • Curriculum Development for a Tablet PC Capstone Course, Richard Anderson, University of Washington
      1:00 p.m. Lunch 12:00 p.m.
      • Integrating Technology into the Database Curriculum, Suzanne Dietrich, Arizona State University
      • An Integrated SDLC Approach to Teaching System Development Leveraging .NET Technologies, Sean McGann, Ohio University
      11:00 a.m. Break 10:40 a.m.
      • Introducing .NET, David Platt, Harvard University
      • Test Driven Development with C# in .NET, Rick Mercer, University of Arizona
      • Introduction to Programming using Visual C#.NET, Zhong Shao, Yale University
      9:20 a.m. Introduction Tom Healy, Microsoft Research University Relations 9:00 a.m.
    • 5. Evaluation Forms
      • Please, Please, Please.
      • (And, did I mention; Please?)
    • 6. Additional resources
      • Your registration package materials.
      • Recommended book list from the speakers.
      • Slides will be posted to the Curriculum Repository (contingent on permission from each speaker).
      • I will send a follow-up email to all of you.
    • 7. Socializing and Networking
      • Bookstore Party (Sunday)
      • Immediately following the final session today.
      • Catch the TechEd shuttle or walk over to the San Diego Convention Center for the Bookstore Party & Fair, running from 5:30 – 7:00pm.
      • Specific academic book fair at the bookstore party with textbook publishers and authors in attendance .
      • The Imagine Cup 2004 US Nationals student competition winners will be announced at ~ 6pm.
    • 8. Socializing and Networking
      • TechEd Influencers Party (Wednesday)
      • TechEd Influencers party on Wednesday night at Dick’s Last Resort and Gaslamp Billiards. 7-10 p.m.
      • Special chance for faculty, speakers, authors and Microsoft representatives to meet and mingle. 
      • Directions are provided at the party registration site; and, we have printed directions available.  
      • The location is about a ½ mile walk from the conference center. (Across from the “E” entrance to the conference center. Walk through the archway “Historical Heart of San Diego”)
      • Or, use the TechEd shuttle bus and get off at the Marriott Hotel. It’s about a 4-minute walk from there.
    • 9. Attendee Networking System - Rio
      • Available at the TechEd Home Site;
        • (Click on the left navigation bar “Community and Networking”)
      • Rio is an online networking forum designed specifically to give attendees direct access to each other.
      • Personalized Event Schedule to view the event agenda.
        • This is where your requested and confirmed meetings will appear once you begin using The Attendee Networking System - Rio.
      • Search For People to see who else has registered for the event and request meetings with them.
      • All messaging is sent through The Attendee Networking System – Rio; therefore your email address remains private. You can decide to share your contact information with others at your own discretion.
    • 10. TechEd Agenda 11 Tracks, 400 Technical Sessions
      • TechEd Agenda information is found at:
      • Security
      • Developer Tools and Technologies
      • Data Management
      • Mobile PC and Devices
      • Messaging
      • Windows Infrastructure Solutions
      • Management and Operations
      • Architecture
      • Business Productivity Solutions
      • Microsoft Business Solutions
      • E-Business
    • 11. Of Academic Interest:
      • Recommended Sessions list is in your curriculum workshop attendee registration information.
      • Special academic sessions:
      • DEVC23   Academic: ASP.NET 2.0 Debugging and Localhost: The Benefits of ASP.NET 2.0 in School Environments
        • Monday, May 24 10:45 AM- 12:00 PM, Cabana 06
      • DEVC24  Academic: Life as a .NET Technology Evangelist for Reuters Worldwide-A Case Study
        • Monday, May 24 1:30 PM- 2:45 PM, Cabana 06
      • DATC05  Academic: Database Administration Issues In Academic Developer Settings
        • Tuesday, May 25 10:45 AM- 12:00 PM, Cabana 08 
    • 12. “Birds of a Feather” Session
      • Sponsored by the International .NET Association (INETA)
      • An interactive discussion with faculty and others interested in teaching .NET.  
      • BOF42;  Teaching .NET, Beyond VB.NET   
      • Tuesday, May 25 th 7:30 PM, Room 16B     
        • Stephen Kwan and Panel
      • For faculty interested in teaching .NET technology
        • Share tips about teaching using .NET technology
        • ASP.Net, Web services, Using .NET for advanced courses
        • Problems and solutions implementing .NET in the curriculum.
    • 13. Computing Curriculum Workshop 2004
    • 14.  
    • 15.
      • Security, Privacy, Reliability
      • Systems programming (millions of lines of code)
      • Team design, development, multi-discipline approach
      • Distributed Computing and web services
      • Human-Computer Interaction (easier to use computers)
    • 16. Fundamental Questions :
      • “ How do core [CS/CE/MIS] concepts map to Microsoft technologies?” It’s all about teaching concepts, not technology products.
      • “ Who else is teaching [the subject] and what materials are they using to teach it?”
      • “ How will Microsoft help me deal with limited time and resources in the face of rapidly changing technology?”
    • 17. The Curriculum Repository
    • 18. Types of Content in the Curriculum Repository
      • Approximately 800 hours of content in the database today:
        • Presentations
        • Lab Exercises
        • Sample Code
        • Sample Databases
        • References to University URL addresses that have course material addressing Microsoft technology
    • 19. “Open” License Terms for Academia:
      • You may use, copy, reproduce, distribute this Curriculum only for academic purposes.
      • You may distribute this Curriculum within your academic institution.
      • You may publish the Curriculum on websites for academic purposes.
    • 20. Intersection of Subjects and Technologies Gender Equity and Diversity Capstone Courses Data Modeling, Data Mining Social Computing Multidisciplinary Computing Human Computer Interaction; Accessibility; Assistive Technologies Gaming; Digital Media Operating Systems; Compilers Robotics; Computer Engineering Programming; Programming Languages; Net-Centric Computing; Distributed Systems; Programming for Non-Majors Security; Cryptography; subjects across the breadth of the undergrad curriculum Academic Subject Matter Gender Equity and Diversity Databases (Yukon; ADO.NET, SQL Server) MS SDKs, Platforms, Tools, and Utilities (Pocket PC SDK, Smartphone SDK, Tablet PC SDK, etc.) Collaboration and Community (Learning Sciences, CXP) Informatics User Interface; Human Factors; Human Computer Interaction; Accessibility Graphics; Gaming; Multimedia (DirectX) Operating Systems and Compilers (Longhorn, Phoenix, Rotor, Shared Source) Embedded Systems (.NET Compact Framework) .NET Framework; .NET Languages; ASP.NET Trustworthy Computing MS Technologies and Interests
    • 21. Working Together:
      • The materials in the Curriculum Repository are for your free use. Please download, duplicate, integrate, distribute as you wish for your academic purposes.
      • Are you willing to share your curriculum on Microsoft subjects? Use the “submit” feature of the Curriculum Repository.
    • 22. © 2001 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, in this summary.