The support of many excellent sponsors and exhibitors help make SIGCSE the amazing conference that it is.
Sponsors make this conference possible. The best way to transform how we approach the teaching of computing is to bring people together to share best practices, be they design strategies for active learning or assessment strategies for education online.
Exhibitors are an essential part of the SIGCSE community. As we engage in questions of how best to bring computing to students around the world, exhibitors connect us to what resources exist for our students.
We have many excellent exhibitors this year: both old friends who we love to see, and new faces who will bring new ideas and tools to the table.
There are many ways to take part in SIGCSE. You can submit your work and share it with your colleagues. You can review submissions, helping create an excellent conference experience for everyone. You can volunteer, and help make sure things run smoothly.
|Friday, September 5th, 2014|| Papers |
|Monday, September 29, 2014|| Pre-Symposium Events |
|Monday, October 27th, 2014|| Student Research Competition |
Birds of a Feather
The SIGCSE 2015 CFP has more details, or follow the links above to jump directly to authoring and submission guidelines.
SIGCSE is an excellent conference because of the hard work of its community. Every submission—be it paper, poster, or otherwise—is reviewed by people just like you.
This year, we have two new categories (Lightning Talks and Demos), and we need your help reviewing more than ever.
The conference provides an opportunity for a limited number of pre-symposium events that will take place on Wednesday, March 4th, 2015. In the past, these events have included activities like workshops conducted by industry partners, computing education community roundtables, or mentoring sessions for new faculty. However, there are no specific criteria for the topics and/or format of these events.
There are two ways you should consider getting involved at SIGCSE!
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Kansas City, Missouri (not to be confused with other Kansas Cities) is an excellent conference location. There are great attractions to enjoy outdoors (average high temperature in March: 50-60 ˚F), tasty food and beverage, and our venue is centrally located and going to be a great venue for SIGCSE. And, our conference hotel is practically across the street from the KC Convention Center!