Vote for SIGCSE’s Top 10 Papers of the first 50 years

January 18, 2019 at 7:00 am Leave a comment

The ACM Special Interest Group in CS Education (SIGCSE) has created a new “Test of Time” award.  They are trying to define the top 10 papers of SIGCSE’s first 50 years.  You can see the list and vote here.

Because SIGCSE is celebrating their 50th anniversary, ALL SIGCSE conference papers are freely available in the ACM Digital Library through the Symposium (Feb 27-March 2 in Minneapolis).

I don’t know all the papers on the list, but I’m happy that some of my favorites are there. Just mentioning a few:

I do encourage you to check them all out, vote, and download as many papers as you can while they’re all free.

 

 

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