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WCCCE 2013 : Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education


When May 3, 2013 - May 4, 2013
Where North, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Submission Deadline Feb 25, 2013
Categories    computer science   education

Call For Papers

The Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education addresses problems common among educators working to develop, implement and/or evaluate computing programs, curricula, and courses. The conference provides a forum for sharing new ideas for syllabi, laboratories, and other elements of teaching and pedagogy, at all levels of instruction.

The Conference Committee is soliciting papers, proposals for panels, and student posters across a broad range of topics. The topics should be related to teaching and learning in computing science and other computer-related fields such as computer technology and information systems.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

Post secondary programs and curricula
New or experimental curricula at any level
Teaching methods, materials, or tools for specific concepts or courses
General methods and tools for computer related courses
Methods, tools and effective structures for designing and teaching computer labs
Applications for distance education and/or distributed learning
Multimedia applications for computer education
Outreach activities to schools and the broader community


Papers describe a classroom experience, teaching technique, curricular initiative, or educational research project. Two versions of a submission are required: an anonymous
version for use in reviewing and a full version having author names and affiliations for final publication. Papers will undergo a blind reviewing process and must not exceed five pages.


Panels provide an opportunity to present multiple perspectives on a specific topic and engage the audience in active discussion about an issue. To allow each panelist sufficient time to present his or her perspective and still enable audience participation, a panel will normally have at most four panelists. Panel submissions should include a list of the panelists, their affiliations, and a description of the topic, with brief position statements from panelists. Panel abstracts must not exceed two pages.


Posters provide an opportunity for students to present their individual research contributions, particularly works in progress. Submissions from all areas of computer science are encouraged. Proposals (including abstract) are limited to two pages. Poster
demonstrations are scheduled to permit one-on-one discussion with conference attendees, and students will be given an opportunity to introduce their work in a short 3 – 5 minute talk before the poster session.

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