ACM Global Computing Education Conference 2019 (CompEd) 征文通知!
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ACM Global Computing Education Conference 2019 (CompEd) 是ACM SIGCSE发起的重要的计算机教育国际会议,是SIGCSE主办的第四个高水平计算机教育国际会议。CompEd 2019将于2019年5月17-19日在成都与图灵大会一起召开。征文已经正式发布了 https://www.acmcomped.org/call-for-participation/ 。欢迎大家投稿!!!2018年10月16日摘要截稿!2018年10月23日全文截稿!


Overview

ACM Global Computing Education Conference (CompEd) is SIGCSE’s new, fourth conference held outside of North America and Europe, starting in 2019. ACM SIGCSE’s new conference is destined to be the leading global conference on computing education. It will be held in areas of the world that are not currently served by an annual SIGCSE-sponsored conference. At the intersection of computing and the learning sciences, the event seeks to promote global computing education development. The first conference will take place in Chengdu, China, 17-19 May 2019. We encourage your participation in this emerging community and welcome you to share your innovative ideas for computing syllabi, laboratories, teaching, pedagogy, and education research on a global scale.

The language of the conference, and all publications, is English. CompEd submissions will include paper sessions, panels, working groups, birds-of-a-feather sessions, and posters. The working groups will start their formal sessions on Tuesday, 14 May 2019. The main conference starts on Friday, 17 May and ends on Sunday, 19 May 2019. Should you have any questions, please contact the chairs at comped2019@easychair.org. The submission web page for CompEd 2019 is https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=comped2019

Important Dates

  • Tuesday, 16 October 2018: Paper Abstracts (250 words maximum) due

  • Tuesday, 23 October 2018: Full Papers, Panels, Working Groups due

  • Tuesday, 4 December 2018: Notification to Authors of Papers, Panels, Working Groups

  • Tuesday, 11 December 2018: BoFs and Posters due

  • Friday, 1 February 2019: Notification to Authors of BoFs and Posters

  • Friday, 17 May 2019: CompEd 2019



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