ACM CompEd

This page is an archive of CompEd 2019. The CompEd conference series has moved to a new, permanent home on the web: The URL will be closed down in Summer 2022 and archived at 

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Welcome to ACM CompEd 2019!

Thank you to everyone who helped make the first CompEd a huge success! If

CompEd 2019 had 154 attendees including 55 from China. The conference received 100 papers, 3 panels, 8 working group applications, 4 birds-of-a-feather sessions, and 10 posters. In total, more than 320 authors from 25 countries submitted work for review. From these submissions, 33 full papers (33%), 1 panel (33%), 3 working groups (38%), 2 birds-of-a-feather sessions (50%), and 8 posters (80%) were accepted.

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Program available here. CompEd  proceedings have been published in the ACM Digital Library.

The ACM Global Computing Education Conference (CompEd) is destined to be the leading global conference on computing education. At the intersection of computing and the learning sciences, the event seeks to promote global computing education development. The first conference will take place in Chengdu, China, 17-19 May 2019. We encourage your participation in this emerging community and welcome you to share your innovative ideas for computing syllabi, laboratories, teaching, pedagogy, and education research on a global scale. Submission types include paper sessions, panels, working groups, birds-of-a-feather, and posters.

You can find out more about the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) here. We will be continuously updating a list of Frequently Asked Questions here.

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1901755. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.