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SESSION: COMPUTATIONAL THINKING: Resources for Computational Science Teaching Materials
EVENT TYPE: Education
TIME: 2:00PM - 3:00PM
SESSION CHAIR: Robert M. Panoff
Presenter(s):Bob Panoff, Jennifer Houchins, Steven I. Gordon
ABSTRACT: There are many sources of models and datasets that can be used to incorporate computational modeling in the science and engineering curriculum. This session will review examples from the National Science Digital Libraries, federal agencies, and other sources covering a range of topics in math, science, and engineering.
Assumed background: basic computer literacy.