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The future of computing education is in providing literacy to all: Video of SIGCSE 2019 Keynote now available

Here in the United States, it’s Thanksgiving week, so it’s a good time to put a cap on one of the events that I’m most thankful for this year.

My keynote at SIGCSE 2019, Computing Education as a Foundation for 21st Century Literacy, was recorded, but something went wrong with the audio. (That happens when the audio includes speaking, singing, harmonica, ukulele, and totally messed up digital sounds.) I reached out to Rebecca Quintana of U. Michigan’s Center for Academic Innovation, and they agreed to re-record my lecture in the studio with a professional engineer. It’s a series of smaller videos, rather than one long one hour video.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5-TkQAfAZFbalQod5uP9x1hUQnIUHWnk

The crowdsourced blog post about the keynote is here, and my post with my many thanks is here. The slides are available here:

I fixed some typos and updated a bit the extended abstract associated with the talk. You can get the (non-paywalled) updated paper here.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

November 25, 2019 at 2:00 am 1 comment


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