ACM India Annual COMPUTE Conference - Second Call for Papers (Accepted papers will be published as Proceedings by ACM ICPS)
June 28, 2022
COMPUTE 2022, 9–11 November: Call for Submissions, Deadline 16 July
COMPUTE is an annual Indian conference supported by ACM India and iSIGCSE. The focus of COMPUTE is to improve the quality of computing education in the country by providing a platform for academicians and researchers to interact and share best practices in teaching, learning, and education in general.
COMPUTE 2022 is the fifth edition in the series and is planned to be held Nov. 9–11, 2022. COMPUTE 2022 is being organized under the aegis of the iSIGCSE (India Chapter of Special Interest Group on CS Education) in cooperation with ACM and SIGCSE. It will be held at Manipal University Jaipur in hybrid mode.
COMPUTE '22 THEME
We invite papers not exceeding six pages in length from faculty and researchers on any theme pertaining to computing education, particularly on:
- Pedagogical tools or methodologies to improve teaching/learning
- Assessment methodologies or tools that are aligned with the learning outcomes
- Educational data mining and learning analytics
Papers can be on any one of, but not limited to, the following topics:
- Proposal and evaluation of a teaching technique for specific topics
- Experiments with a recently proposed teaching-learning technique and its impact on students using data
- Collection and dissemination of anonymized qualitative and quantitative classroom data (assignment submissions, artifacts, survey responses, etc.) along with its description for analytics
- Experiments with assessment techniques
- Pedagogy related to use of problem-based learning models and practices
- Experiences in conducting flipped classrooms
- Teaching/learning of disciplinary practices in computing such as computational thinking, problem solving, analytical thinking, etc.
- Experiences with online teaching/learning including lectures, labs, and assessments
- Sharing experiences with analysis (including relevant data) of students being coached and participating in competitive programming contests
- Analysis of students' self-learning, motivation, and emotions while teaching/learning of computing topics
- Analysis of experience related to diversity and inclusion in learning
- Algorithms and tools that automate assessment and other aspects of teaching/learning
- Experiences with algorithms and tools that automate assessment and other aspects of teaching/learning
- Interesting exam questions and how they assess students at higher levels of Bloom's taxonomy
- Identifying topics that students generally find difficult using actual data
- Experience and analysis of interesting ideas for assignments and projects
- Experiences of teacher training and professional teacher development at all levels
- Experiences of educational interventions/training in the industry
If a submission does not contain sufficient evidence (empirical evidence for experience reports, formal proofs, etc.) then it can be considered for publication as a short paper (maximum 4 pages).
All accepted papers will be published as Proceedings by ACM ICPS and will be indexed in ACM digital library.SUBMISSIONS
Papers must be submitted as a PDF through the Easy Chair conference management system.
You must use the templates (Word or LaTeX) provided by ACM Proceedings Template to prepare your paper (Use the two-column template). An Overleaf template is available at the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)–SIGPLAN Proceedings Template.
Papers must be original—not previously published in another conference or journal, nor currently under review by another conference or journal.
Every submission will be checked for originality using a plagiarism detection software service, such as iThenticate.
Submission Deadline - July 16, 2022, anywhere on Earth
Notification to Authors - September 2, 2022
Camera Ready Submission - September 23rd, 2022
Conference Dates - November 9–11, 2022