Original and unpublished submissions in all areas related to computing education are invited in the following categories:
- Research Paper: Reporting theoretical or theoretically informed empirical studies undertaken to investigate a specific aspect or address a particular problem in computing education
- Experience Report: Describing a classroom innovation and an evaluation of its impact in computing education
- Software or tool Report: Describing developed tools for supporting teaching, learning or assessment in computing education.
Types of accepted submissions include:
- Full Paper (approximately 12 pages)
- Practical Report (about 6 pages)
- Poster (2 pages).
A research paper, experience report, or software/tool report can belong to one of the above types.
- Templates for submissions can be found at the ACM SIG Proceedings website
- Papers can be submitted using EasyChair
- Documents proposed for conference presentation should be high quality, unpublished, original work and submitted online
- The official language of the conference is English.
Review Process and Publication
- Submissions to CSERC are reviewed by an international program committee. The authors of the reviewed submissions will receive constructive feedback provided by this committee
- The final versions of the papers accepted for presentation at CSERC’22 will be published in the ACM Digital library
- At least one author of every accepted paper/poster must register for the event and present the paper/poster
- CSERC used to follow a post-conference proceedings. However, in CSERC’ 22 we will follow a normal procedure for publishing the proceedings before the conference.