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Diane Horton
Diane Horton
Professor, Teaching Stream
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Repairing conversational misunderstandings and non-understandings
G Hirst, S McRoy, P Heeman, P Edmonds, D Horton
Speech communication 15 (3-4), 213-229, 1994
1601994
Evaluating an inverted CS1
J Campbell, D Horton, M Craig, P Gries
Proceedings of the 45th ACM technical symposium on Computer scienceá…, 2014
782014
Comparing outcomes in inverted and traditional CS1
D Horton, M Craig, J Campbell, P Gries, D Zingaro
Proceedings of the 2014 conference on Innovation & technology in computerá…, 2014
652014
Drop, Fail, Pass, Continue: Persistence in CS1 and Beyond in Traditional and Inverted Delivery
D Horton, M Craig
Proceedings of the 46th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Scienceá…, 2015
632015
Language use in context
J Wiebe, G Hirst, D Horton
Communications of the ACM 39 (1), 102-111, 1996
531996
Gr8 designs for Gr8 girls: a middle-school program and its evaluation
M Craig, D Horton
Proceedings of the 40th ACM technical symposium on Computer scienceá…, 2009
492009
Factors for Success in Online CS1
J Campbell, D Horton, M Craig
Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology iná…, 2016
452016
Forming reasonably optimal groups: (FROG)
M Craig, D Horton, F Pitt
Proceedings of the 2010 ACM International Conference on Supporting Groupá…, 2010
392010
Introducing and Evaluating Exam Wrappers in CS2
M Craig, D Horton, D Zingaro, D Heap
Proceedings of the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computing Scienceá…, 2016
312016
Presuppositions as beliefs
D Horton, G Hirst
Coling Budapest 1988 Volume 1: International Conference on Computationalá…, 1988
281988
Exam Wrappers: Not a Silver Bullet
B Stephenson, M Craig, D Zingaro, D Horton, D Heap, E Huynh
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Scienceá…, 2017
262017
Incorporating agents' beliefs in a model of presupposition
DL Horton
University of Toronto. Computer Systems Research Institute, 1987
181987
Embedding Ethics in Computer Science Courses: Does it Work?
D Horton, SA McIlraith, N Wang, M Majedi, E McClure, B Wald
Proceedings of the 53rd ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Scienceá…, 2022
152022
Impact of reward structures in an inverted course
D Horton, J Campbell
Proceedings of the 2014 conference on Innovation & technology in computerá…, 2014
92014
Repairing conversational misunderstandings and non-understandings
G Hirst, S McRoy, P Heeman, P Edmonds, D Horton
International Symposium on Spoken Dialogue-New Directions in Human and Maná…, 1993
91993
Online CS1: Who Enrols, Why, and How Do They Do?
D Horton, J Campbell, M Craig
Proceedings of the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computing Scienceá…, 2016
82016
Discrepancies in discourse models and miscommunication in conversation
D Horton, G Hirst
Working Notes of the AAAI symposium: Discourse Structure in Natural Languageá…, 1991
51991
Sharing Best Practices for Alumni Engagement
M Allen, B Coleman, D Horton, L Lambert, M Ng
Proceedings of the 46th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Scienceá…, 2015
32015
Is More Better When Embedding Ethics in CS Courses?
D Horton, D Liu, SA McIlraith, N Wang
Proceedings of the 54th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Scienceá…, 2023
22023
RAPT: Relational Algebra Parsing Tools
O Karpova, N D'Souza, D Horton, A Petersen
Proceedings of the 2015 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology iná…, 2015
12015
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