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In this paper, we examine how leading universities should approach integrating their degree programs and departments with public outreach programs that will support the development of new students and scholars, as well as faculty, administrators, and leaders in industry. To this end, we present a new framework for rethinking public outreach programs and analyze how changes in the sciences make it possible to re-think outreach strategies in the humanities. We also discuss recent changes in science funding that will affect the future direction of public outreach programs and propose four actions that can help universities enhance their abilities to compete for funding by encouraging students, faculty, and administrators to think about how to make their outreach programs more effective.
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In this paper, we present the first results of a study on the perceived personal value of introductory computer science to introductory students in an engineering and computer science undergraduate program. This study shows that most introductory students (79%) assign high personal value to introductory computer science, and most respondents (84%) believe that it will enhance their professional lives. This research provides a baseline for a new computer science course at the University of California, Berkeley that is developed to address the real needs of introductory computer science students.
Chapters 1-4, consisting of four major sections, describe the fundamental principles of computer architecture, from the user interface to the internal architecture. In section 1, the user interface is described including the computer hardware and software (hardware and software architectures), computer graphics (graphics APIs), speech recognition and human-computer interaction (human-computer interaction models), communications (internetworking APIs) and data storage (storage media). In section 2, the hardware is described including the computer architecture, memory and bus architecture, peripheral devices and computer graphics. In section 3, the computer operating system and its API are discussed including network services, file system and security (operating system architecture). Finally, in section 4, the concepts of computer architecture are discussed including computer architecture design, modeling, communication networks and security.