on Integrating Technology
into Computer Science Education

Overview of Submission Types

Submissions will be one of the following: The contents of the cover page are described below. Sample layout files describing content and format for each type of submission can be viewed by clicking the appropriate link within each section. For your convenience, the conference themes and the addresses for sending submissions are listed at the end of this web page; you can also find the themes listed in the Call for Papers.

Formatting requirements for submissions

Email submissions are preferred.

If you must submit hardcopies, then the following requirements should be followed:

The sample layouts given for each type of submission provide specific advice for preparing your submission.

Please note that the review of papers, posters, and demonstrations will follow a double- blind review process. As a result, these submissions should avoid mentioning the name(s) of the author(s) or other identifying information.

Contents of the cover page

A cover page must be included with every type of submission. This is an important tool for facilitating double-blind reviewing of papers, posters, and demonstraitons. The cover page includes the following information:

  • Sample layout: Text version of sample layout for cover page

    Paper submissions

    Panel submissions

    Working group submissions

    Topic proposals

    Working group topics should be in areas relevant to the conference themes. Topics should have some relationship to integrating technology into computer science education.

    Participant applications Working group timeline
    December 6, 1996 Deadline for receipt of topic proposals
    February 17, 1997
  • Latest date by which the working group topics will become available
  • Latest date by which the working group (co-)chair(s) will be announced
  • March 15, 1997 Deadline for receipt of participant applications
    March 29, 1997 Latest date by which working group participants will be notified
    April 1, 1997 Working groups begin on-line work in preparation for start of conference
    June 1-5, 1997 Working groups meet in Uppsala during ITiCSE'97 and produce their reports

    Poster submissions

    Demonstration submissions

    Conference Themes

    The overall theme of the conference is "Integrating Technology into Computer Science Education". Submissions are requested in all areas related to the conference theme. Appropriate topics include, but are not limited to, the following areas as applied to computer science education and informatics education.

    Addresses for sending submissions

    To send paper and panel submissions
    (send to one of Mats and Boots, not both)

    Mats Daniels
    email: Dept of Computer Systems
    Box 325
    S-751 05 Uppsala
    fax: +46 18 55 02 25
    Boots Cassel
    Dept of Computer Sciences
    Villanova University
    Villanova, PA 19085-1699
    fax: +1 610 519 7889

    To send poster and demonstration submissions:

    Jonas Barklund
    email: Jonas
    Computer Science Dept
    Box 311
    S-751 05 Uppsala
    fax: +46 18 51 15 30

    To send working group topic proposals and participant applications

    Vicki L. Almstrum
    Dept of Computer Systems
    Uppsala University
    Box 325
    S-751 05 Uppsala
    fax: +46 18 55 02 25

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    Last modified: Sun Feb 2 14:30:49 MET 1997