ITiCSE 2018 welcomes colleagues from around the world to present their work through the submission of working groups, papers, panels, posters, and tips, techniques, & courseware. The conference provides an environment for sharing, exchanging, and discussing new ideas related to computing education, at all levels of instruction.
Papers presented at ITiCSE will normally address aspects of computing education, that is, the education of students who are studying computing. ITiCSE does not generally accept papers about applications of computing in other areas of education, such as the development of software to make it easier for online students to learn chemistry. Within the domain of computing education, papers might cover specific educational subject matter, including but not limited to:
Types of paper accepted might include:
Please note that this year the conference requires the submission of an abstract a week before the submission of full papers.
The submission deadline for abstracts for papers is Monday, January 15 2018 and the submission deadline for full papers and working groups is January 22 2018.
A few words about the submission process:
Since last year, ITiCSE matches reviewers with submissions using a bidding system, in which reviewers see a paper's title and abstract, but not the paper itself. Because the papers are not required for this process, we permit authors to continue work on their papers while the bidding is taking place. We therefore require paper titles and abstracts by the first deadline (15 January), and the papers themselves a week later (22 January).
More information about the submission process can be found under Submission Guidelines.