Call for Papers for ICER 2014

January 30, 2014 at 1:40 pm 2 comments

Quintin Cutts, Beth Simon and Brian Dorn, chairs for this year’s ACM International Computing Education Research Conference, ICER 2014, invite you to submit a research paper or lightning talk.  The Conference, the 10th in the series, will be held in Glasgow, Scotland on August 11-13th.Submission Deadlines:
– April 14, 2014 — Research paper submissions (8 pages) with a one week re-submission allowance.
– June 16, 2014 — Lightning talk abstract submissions.Just prior to the Conference, there will be a Doctoral Consortium (DC), with support to attend available from SIGCSE; and just afterwards, there’ll be a Critical Research Review (CRR).  Both activities will enable researchers to gain high-quality critical feedback on their research plans, providing an excellent springboard for a successful and productive research year in 2014/15.

Why submit to/attend ICER 2014?

- Authors have in the past explicitly noted how the quality of ICER reviews significantly improved their work.
- Our single-track, discussion-oriented, paper sessions result in significant additional feedback being provided on every paper.
- The format enables you to meet new researchers and initiate valuable new research activities.
- If you are new to empirical computer science education research, you will be immersed in a practising community for three days.
- Either before or after the conference, you have an opportunity to significantly enhance your research agenda, via the DC or the CRR.
- You can include a holiday in Scotland, including the Edinburgh Festival, the Commonwealth Games (in Glasgow!),
and more historic and pre-historic castles, lochs, glens, islands and mountains than you’ve ever dreamed of…

Full details, including the full CFP, available at http://icer.hosting.acm.org

We’re looking forward to receiving your papers,

best regards,

Quintin, Beth and Brian.

 
 
Brian Dorn, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Union Pacific Community Chair of Computer Science Education
University of Nebraska at Omaha | http://www.unomaha.edu
 
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  • 1. nickfalkner  |  January 30, 2014 at 5:43 pm

    Now to see if I can work on the feedback from last year to get something useful for this year! I shall not be sight-seeing sadly but I saw Scotland before and it’s probably the same. :)

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  • 2. Peter Donaldson  |  February 1, 2014 at 4:44 pm

    We’re a friendly bunch in Scotland and it’s great that we’ll have such a well regarded international cs ed research conference on our doorstop.

    Quite a few of my favourite papers were published in ICER including one last year on conceptual progressions in primary scratch programs.

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