Computer Science Education Research Conference 2016
Papers presented at CSERC will normally address aspects of computing education, that is, the education of students who are studying computing. CSERC 2016 will accept paper submissions within the domain of computing and computing engineering education, papers might cover
- specific educational subject matter, such as programming, database systems, or computer security;
- specific groups of students, such as first years, masters students, women, minorities, etc.;
- broader topics, such as curriculum, groupwork, or class infrastructure.
Types of paper accepted might include
- experience reports describing a classroom innovation and an assessment of its impact;
- software reports describing tools developed for learning or assessment in computing;
- research reports describing projects undertaken to investigate aspects of computing education.
Preparing and Submitting Manuscripts
- Full papers are limited up to 12 pages;
- The format for the papers can be found on the acm-website;
- Papers can be submitted using Easychair;
- Documents proposed for conference presentation should be high quality, unpublished, original work and submitted on-line;
- The official language of the conference is English;
- Papers submitted for presentation at the conference are reviewed by the program committee.
Authors of papers presented at the conference will be invited to produce a final version of the paper, which takes into account the discussions that were held during the conference. These final versions of the papers will be published in the ACM Digital library.
At least one co-author of every accepted paper must register for the event and present the paper.
CSERC 2016 attendants will be allowed to attend and present at the co-located SACLA 2016 conference. Double-submission of the same paper to CSERC 2016 and SACLA 2016 is not allowed. If, however, an accepted author of CSERC 2016 has a different paper accepted at SACLA 2016, he/she need only register for CSERC 2016 to present his/her additional paper at SACLA 2016.