ACET will host its 53nd Annual Conference

19-21 October 2017 at St. Mary's University

San Antonio, Texas

This year's conference theme is
 "Promoting Computer Education"

2017 Conference Schedule

2017 Conference Booklet



CyberMary: St. Mary's University at the Cyber-Map of San Antonio

Why Teach Microsoft PowerShell

Educating 21st Century GIS Technicians with UAS Technology

Teaching Root Cause Analysis in a Security course.

Cloud Security Issues

Mentoring the Development of Friends with Different Abilities

Beyond HB 5

Inquiry and Equity in Teaching CS

The Impact of Collaboration/Cheating on Academic Performance

Super Saturday Teaching high ability students

Understanding How Firewall Works through Working on iptables

Building the CS Pipeline: WeTeach_CS K-12 Teacher Professional Development

Collaborative Multi-Scale Design Maps: Supporting Creative Team Learning Experiences Online

Computer Assisted Design of a Course Syllabus

Social Engineering Awareness Training

Broadening Participation in Undergraduate Research

Introducing Deep Learning in an Introductory Artificial Intelligence Class

Computer Science Seminar: A Career Planning Course for Computer Science Majors

Using App-based Reinforcement in Intro Computer Science Programming Classes

Currency Collector VR

Surviving the impossible! How information technology, namely social media, has helped people in a war torn Syria to connect

Using MS Excel as a data analytics tool. What is new, convenient, and inexpensive?

Interactive web application development

Educating 21st Century GIS Technicians with UAS Technology

Big Data Visualization and Analytics

Finding Computer Science Teachers Across the Disciplines

An Effective Interdisciplinary Freshman Experience Program


Round Table Discussion

Setting Up a Raspberry Pi User Group

The future of teaching introduction to programming. What is there? Which language is the best? How long do we need to wait to change?

Bridging K-12 CS with College CS



Test Drive Microsoft PowerShell

Python in the K-12 classroom


Poster Presentations

Friends with Different Abilities: The Effectiveness of an Educational Computer Game

Automated attendance and question submission