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Computers in Education
The current state of computer science education has garnered concern across the world as the demand for computer science literacy has grown in professional careers. Computer science is integral to problem solving across the STEM field. Motivated by the need to teach students crucial computer science skills, outreach camps were held for middle and high school students and specifically focused on cybersecurity. This research focused on two main questions: 1. How do week-long outreach activities impact student interest in cybersecurity? 2. How do these activities influence student behavior online?
Wolf, S., & Cooley, R., & Johnson, M., & Burrows, A. C., & Borowczak, M. (2020, June), Constructing and Refining Computer Science Outreach Focused on Student Engagement Paper presented at 2020 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access, Virtual On line . 10.18260/1-2--34327
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