Papers and Presentations from Future Computing Education Research Agenda Summit

February 6, 2014 at 1:44 am Leave a comment

In early January, right after the NSF CE21 PI’s meeting, there was a summit on setting a Future Computing Education Research agenda.  The materials from that event are now being made available.

The conference web page has been updated so all presentations given during the meeting are linked to the agenda. http://stanford.edu/~kmenchac/FDS2014/schedule.html#agenda

The Stanford Digital Library is housing the white papers from our conference. We do not plan to have them published, although some or all may be referred to in the final report (which will be shared with you). http://purl.stanford.edu/mn485tg1952

 

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