Karina Vashta Assiter, Ph.D.

“Teachers Open The Door, but you must Enter By Yourself” - Chinese Proverb

Publications (Selected*)

* Please see Curriculum Vitae for complete list of publications.

 

Karina Assiter, “Role of the programming Assignment summary as a qualitative assessment of individual student performance” – POSTER, CCSCNE 2010, Hartford, CT.

Durga Suresh and Karina Assiter, “Learning Communities in a Blended Learning Classroom”, Proceedings CD ICERI2009, Madrid, Spain, ISBN 978-84-613-2955-7, November 2009.

Leonidas Deligiannidis, Karina Assiter, John Russo, Michael Werner, "A Student Recruitment Strategy for Colleges and Universities", In Proc. of The 2008 International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering (FECS'09), Las Vegas, NV, July 13-16 2009, pp. 165 - 169.

Karina Assiter, “Attention and Learning in the Computer Science Classroom”, Proceedings, Rocky Mountain CCSC, Colorado Springs, CO, October 2008, pp. 219 – 228.

Karina Assiter and Durga Suresh, “Re-evaluating the Role of the Closed Lab in the Computer Science Curriculum”, Proceedings, FECS’07,  Las Vegas, NV, June 25 – 28, 2007, pp. 15 – 21.

 Karina Assiter, “Analysis of Algorithms: Programming to Problem Solving”, Proceedings, 35th                                          ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, Indianapolis, IN, October 19 - 22, 2005.

Karina Assiter, “Accessibility of Analysis of Algorithms: From Programming to Problem Solving”, Proceedings, Eastern CCSC, New Rochelle, NY, October 14 - 15, 2005.

Karina Assiter, "Balancing Breadth and Depth in the Data Structures Course", Proceedings, Rocky Mountain CCSC, Provo, Utah, October 2004 (published in Volume 20, Number 3, February 2005, pp. 255 – 271).