Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Dr. Henry Ledgard, PhD (MIT)



Contact Information

EECS Department
The University of Toledo
Toledo,OH 43606 
Tel: (419) 460-4445 
Office: NI 2025 
E-mail: Henry.Ledgard@utoledo.edu 

Recent Courses

  • EECS 1500 - Introduction to Programming
  • EECS 1510 - Object Oriented Programming
  • EECS 2500 - Linear Data Structures
  • EECS 2520 - Discrete Structures
  • EECS 4100 - Theory of Computing
  • EECS 4980 - Algorithms
  • EECS 3550 - Software Engineering
  • EECS 6550 - Software Specification and Design

Research Interests

Human Computer Interaction, Software Engineering, Programming, and Programming Languages


Dr. Henry Ledgard received his B.A. from Tufts University in 1964 and his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1969. He spent a year at the University of Oxford as a post-doctoral fellow. He was a faculty member at Johns Hopkins University, and subsequently was on the faculty at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. In 1977, he became a member of the design team to create the new programming language ADA. From 1979 he conducted his own consulting and writing practice. In 1989 he joined the faculty at the University of Toledo. 

Publications - Books

  • Henry Ledgard et. al., the Programming Proverbs series, with editions in Basic, Cobol, Fortran, and Pascal, Hayden Publishing Company
  • Henry Ledgard, Andrew Singer, and John Whiteside, Directions In Human Factors For Interactive Systems, Springer-Verlag
  • Henry Ledgard, "Ada: A First Introduction", Springer-Verlag
  • Michael Marcotty and Henry Ledgard, "Programming Language Landscape"
  • Henry Ledgard, "Professional Software: Volume I: Software Engineering Concepts", Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
  • Henry Ledgard, "Professional Software Volume II: Programming Practice" Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
  • Henry Ledgard, The Little Book of Object-Oriented Programming (based on a work with Michael Marcotty) Prentice-Hall
Last Updated: 6/30/19