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Hilda Halliday

Computer Science

Computer Science : Instructor

Office: L-201J on the Mount Vernon campus

Phone: (360) 416.7779

Email: Hilda.Halliday@skagit.edu


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Fall 2018 Office Hours*

Hilda is on sabbatical fall quarter working on curriculum development. Email her at the address listed above to arrange an office visit.

Winter 2019 Course Materials Required in Classes Taught by Hilda

CS 142 Java Programming I
Students are required to have access to a textbook or eText and the Companion Website
Textbook: Building Java Programs 4th edition by Reges
Standard Print book ISBN: 978-0-13-432276-6
(Inside cover contains access code to companion website--if the book is new or code unused by previous owner.)
Companion Website: Sign in, register, or buy access
https://media.pearsoncmg.com/ph/esm/ecs_reges_bjp_4/login/sign-in.php
Unbound Student Value Edition print textbook ISBN: 978-0-13-432465-4
eText subscription: can be purchased directly from the publishers at
https://www.pearson.com/us/higher-education/program/Reges-Building-Java-Programs-A-Back-to-Basics-Approach-Plus-My-Lab-Programming-with-Pearson-e-Text-Access-Card-Package-4th-Edition/PGM335094.html?tab=order

CS 210 C++ Programming I
Students are required to have access to a textbook or eText, and access to MyLab Programming website
Textbook: C++ How to Program 10th edition by Deitel
Standard Print book ISBN: 978-0-13-444823-7
Unbound Student Value Edition print textbook ISBN: 978-0-13-444884-8
eText subscription and/or MyLab Programming access code can be purchased directly from the publishers at:
https://www.pearson.com/us/higher-education/program/Deitel-C-How-to-Program-Plus-My-Lab-Programming-with-Pearson-e-Text-Access-Card-Package-10th-Edition/PGM1100513.html?tab=order

WMath 100
Students will have direct access to to free eWorkbook/Textbook, and can purchase printed copy for nominal fee.

 

Hilda's Vitae

Teaching Computer Science and Mathematics since 1985
  • MS & BS Computer Science; Western Washington University
  • Fall 2018 sabbatical work on curriculum development influenced by inclusive, student-centered pedagogy training
  • Winter 2017 participant in SVC Inclusive Pedagogy faculty learning community
  • Winter 2017 participant in Reading Apprenticeship conference
  • Participant in 2015-17 NSF-funded "Change at the Core" (C-Core) project through Western Washington University to transform STEM education using student-centered approach to learning.

Winter Class Schedule