May was a good month for computing

May 2011 has been a good month for the school in terms of publishing in Learning and Teaching, but particularly good for Computing. Seven papers involving 6 members of the division (including one student and an Executive Dean) have been presented this month.
  • Hill, G, Svennevik E, Turner S (2011) "Green Computer Science Courses. No more labs full of computers, we’re going mobile!" The 7th China - Europe International Symposium on Software Industry Oriented Education (CEISIE 2011), University of Northampton 23-24th May 2011
  • Bechkoum K, Staughhan K, Scobell K(2011) "Towards a Sustainable Computing Education " The 7th China - Europe International Symposium on Software Industry Oriented Education (CEISIE 2011), University of Northampton 23-24th May 2011
  • Turner S (2011) "Junkbots" The 7th China - Europe International Symposium on Software Industry Oriented Education (CEISIE 2011), University of Northampton 23-24th May 2011
  • McGovern K, Mothersole P, Turner S (2011) "Influencing students’ construction of personalised concept maps through the use of query expansion (QE) searching of the World Wide Web" Learning Global, University of Northampton 11th May 2011
  • Kariyawasam K and Turner (2011) "Is it Visual? problem solving evaluation" Learning Global,University of Northampton  11th May 2011
  • Goodchild T, Dravid R, Turner S (2011) "Mind the Gender Gap – Reflections on addressing gender diversity in Computing and Engineering" Learning Global,University of Northampton  11th May 2011
  • Dravid R and Klimes C (2011) "CyberSpace - the New Women Frontier for Mobile Communications"  Learning Global,University of Northampton  11th May 2011