Publications

  • Polack, J., Anewalt, K., Hollingsworth, J., Necaise, R., & Tartaro, A. (2015). Experiences in responding to computer science curricula 2013: panel discussion. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 31(2), 271-274.
  • Polack, Jennifer , Cockrell, Karen Anewalt, and Rance Necaise. "Connecting academic and professional computer science: strategies and experiences." Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges 30.3 (2015): 134-134.
  • Polack, Jennifer, Stephen Davies, and Karen Anewalt. "A Snapshot of Current Languages Used in Industry." 2012 Frontiers in Education Conference Proceedings. IEEE, 2012.
  • Polack-Wah and K. Anewalt, “Computer Science E-portfolios: Perspectives from Upper and Lower Division Students” in Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2011 IEEE, pp. S4B-1 - S4B-3, 2011.
  • Davies, J. A. Polack, and K. Anewalt, “A snapshot of current practices in teaching the introductory programming sequence,” in Proceedings of the 42nd ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, pp. 625–630, 2011.
  • Polack and K. Anewalt, “Digital storytelling: A computer science approach: Tutorial presentation,” Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, vol. 26, pp. 56–57, Jan. 2011.
  • Polack, “Work in progress — Using podcasting in engineering education,” in Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2010 IEEE, pp. F4C-1–F4C-3, 2010.
  • Karen Anewalt, Jennifer A. Polack . "Teaching an iterative approach with rotating groups in an undergraduate software engineering course" in The Journal of Computing Scienes in Collegs 25(6): 144-151, 2010
  • Anewalt, J. Havill, C. Liu, and J. Polack, “Panel — Computer scientists wanted! Strategies for increasing interest in computer science,” in Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2010 IEEE, pp. F3B-1–F3B-2, 2010.
  • Karen Anewalt, Jennifer A. Polack ."Computer Science + Digital Storytelling = More Computer Science Students" in the Proceedings of the 41st ACM technical symposium on Computer science education pp. 579, 2010.
  • Polack, Jennifer.  "Planning a CIS education within a CS framework" in the Journal of Computing Sciences in Collegs 25(2): 100-106, 2009.
  • Polack, Jennifer. “Seeing Data in Second Life” in Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges 24(6): 103-109, 2009.
  • Polack Jennifer. “Game Development, Social Responsibility and Teaching” in The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges 24(2): 196-203, 2008.
  • Polack, Jennifer. “Second Life Visualization Application” in the Conference Proceedings of MODSIM World 2008 CD.
  • Polack, Jennifer and Anewalt, Karen, “Engaging Students in Computer Science Through Interdisciplinary Seminars” Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering, CSREA Press, 2008.
  • Polack, Jennifer, Ye, En, Liu, Chang, “Enhancing Software Engineering Education Using Teaching Aids in 3-D Online Virtual Worlds.” Frontiers in Education, 2007. FIE '07. Proceedings 37th Annual Conference. October 2007. FIE-8 - F1E-13.
  • Polack, Jennifer “Work in Progress – Designing Computer Technology Learning Modules in a 4th Grade Curriculum.” Frontiers in Education, 2007. FIE '07. Proceedings 37th Annual Conference. October 2007. T2B-1 – T2B-2.
  • Polack, Jennifer “Work in Progress – Game Development, Social Responsibility, and Teaching.” Frontiers in Education, 2007. FIE '07. Proceedings 37th Annual Conference. October 2007. S4H-15 – s4H-16.
  • Anewalt, Necaise, Lawson, Polack. “Approaches to undergraduate research: what works?” Journal of Computing Science in Colleges. Volume 22, Issue 3, Jan. 2007 pp. 164-167
  • Polack, “Lessons Learned From Different Types of Projects in Software Engineering” Proceedings of the 2006 International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering, CSREA Press, 2006, pp.258 - 263
  • Polack, Jennifer & Anewalt, Karen Undergraduate research: Learning strategies and undergraduate researchProceedings of the 37th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education Houston, ACM Press, 2006, pp. 209 - 213  
  • Polack Jennifer, Zaidman, Marsha. “Raising student awareness of computing concerns and ethical practices” in Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, Volume 21 Issue 2 December 2005. pp 95 - 101.
  • Polack, Jennifer & Anewalt, Karen. “Work in Progress - Research Methods: Teaching Students How to Learn About Learning”, Frontiers in Education, 2005. FIE '05. Proceedings 35th Annual Conference. October 2005. pp. 19-22 F1F-12 - F1F-13.
  • Polack, Jennifer. “University On-Line Classified System: Ads, to post or not to post?” in the Eight Annual Ethics & Technology Proceedings, June 2005. pp.47 - 51
  • Polack, Jennifer “Teaching HCI in Software Engineering” in the Frontiers in Education Conference Proceedings, CD Version, IEEE Catalog Number 04CH37579C, October 2004.
  • Anewalt, Polack, Beidler, Smarkusky, “Group Projects Across the Curriculum,” in The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, Volume 19, Number 2, December 2003, pp. 232-237. 
  • Polack, Jennifer & Squire, Peter “Overcoming Undergraduate Research at a Small Institution” in The Journal of Computing in Small Colleges, Volume 18, Number 5, May 2003, pp 128-135. 
  • Polack, Jennifer “Software Engineering: A New Approach for Small Departments” in The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, Volume 18, Number 3 Feb. 2003 pp 26-31.
  • Polack, Jennifer “A Program that Works to Retain Women in Undergraduate Computer Science” on the 12th Internal Conference of Women Engineers and Scientist Proceedings CDROM.
  • Polack, Jennifer "Integrating the Web-Based Course Management System in Computer Science Courses" in Proceedings of the 33rd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science (2002), ACM Press, pp. 419. 
  • Polack, Jennifer "Integrating the Web-Based Course Management System "Blackboard CourseInfo" in Computer Science Courses" in Proceedings of the 32nd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science (2001), ACM Press, pp. 438. 
  • Polack, Jennifer, "Enhancing Computer Ethics by Increasing Collaboration and Peer Learning" in International Symposium on Technology and Society, IEEE Computer Society, July 2001, pp 61-66. 
  • Polack, Jennifer, "A Software Engineering Course that Uses CourseInfo to Increase Collaboration"
  • Robin Gurien, Margaret Ray, Jennifer Polack, Deanna Dannels, "Using Video Technology for Communication Across the Curriculum: Teaching, Evaluation, and Assessment" in the Proceedings of Eighty-Sixth Annual National Communication Association Convention "Communication, the engaged discipline." Proceedings, Seattle Nov. 2000 page 272
  • Rita D'Arcangelis, Jennifer Polack, and Marsha Zaidman, ”A Model for Developing Multimedia Instructional Modules" in Proceedings of the 31st SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science (2000), ACM Press 437-438.
  • Polack, Jennifer, "It is Time to Stand and Communicate" in the Frontiers in Education Conference CD-ROM and Program, IEEE, October 2000, (Program) pp 87-88, (CD-ROM) 0-7803-6424-4/00.
  • Polack, Jennifer, "Advancing Women's Careers by Improving Communication Skills at the Undergraduate Level" in the New Frontiers New Traditions Conference Information and Proceedings, 8th in the Series of CCWest, July 2000.
  • Polack, Jennifer, "Actively Learning Computer Ethics" in The Journal of Computing in Small Colleges, Volume 15, Number 5, May 2000, pp. 295-300. 
  • Polack, Jennifer, "Object Oriented Analysis and Design Workshop." TIP-IT, Teaching Innovation Program-Instructional Technology Online Newsletter, February 2000, Volume 18 Issue 1. 
  • Kieldsing and JA Polack, "An Art Exhibit of Radiosity: A Study and Application In Radiosity" in Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Eastern Small College Computing Conference, October 1999, pp. 13-22. 
  • Polack, Jennifer, "Group Projects: Woman and Men Can Work Together in the Computer Science Realm." In the Conference Proceeding of the 1999 International Symposium on Technology and Society, IEEE Network, July 1999, pp. 245-249. 
  • JA Polack, "Incorporating the Client's role in a Software Engineering Course" in Proceedings of the 30th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science (1999), ACM Press 73-77. 

J. Polack, L. Piegl, and M. Carter, "Perception of Images using Cylindrical Mapping", The Visual Computer, Volume 13 Number 4 1997.