Authors who have been notified of acceptance now have a bit more work to do.
The short version:
However, we recommend you read further…
Monday, October 27th, 2014.
You must verify data in the submission database. See the final submission instructions for details.
December 1st/7th, 2014.
Deadlines for camera-ready copy. Deadline depends on the submission type. Again, details are on the final submission instructions page.
Camera-Ready Guidelines. The camera ready guidelines are online. Only you can format everything correctly (only you), so please take the time to go through and make sure you are submitting the best camera-ready PDF you can. If you need it, we have some hints and tips for generating PDFs from your various document sources.
Final Submission Instructions. You’re going to want to read through the final submission instructions for SIGCSE 2015. These are similar to years past, but once again, authors can make life better for everyone if they pay attention to all the details and format papers correctly.
Rates for SIGCSE 2015 are posted, and we don’t expect them to change at this point.
|Early||Closes Sunday, February 1, 2015|
|Late||Opens Monday, February 2, 2015; |
Closes Sunday, February 22, 2015
|ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSES||Sunday, February 22, 2015|
|On-site||Rates take effect Monday, February 23, 2015; register at SIGCSE|
|Early||$285 for SIGCSE members, $365 for non-members|
|Late||$335 for SIGCSE members, $415 for non-members|
|On-site||$385 for SIGCSE members, $460 for non-members|
|Workshops||$75 early; $90 late; $100 onsite|
|K-12 two-day (Friday/Saturday)||$150 for early, $180 for late or onsite|
|K-12 one-day (Saturday)||$80 for early, $110 for late or onsite|
|Students (at any time)||$60 for ACM/SIGCSE members, $70 for non-members|
In the event that these rates change, we will update you on the blog, through social media, and (most likely) the SIGCSE mailing list as well. We do not anticipate any changes, however.
The SIGCSE 2015 call for papers has been posted.
This year’s theme is Keep Connected – Keep Committed – Keep Computing. Papers, posters, workshops, and special sessions exploring this theme—or, more broadly, the themes of computing education as it pertains to teaching and learning for young or old alike—are welcomed.
We’re roughly 290 days until SIGCSE 2015, and we have the start of a website.