Research in primary and secondary computing education is a young field with strong ties to national educational systems. Nevertheless, its theories, methods, and results are internationally applicable and of interest to researchers and practitioners in the field.
WiPSCE is the premier international venue for school-level computing education. It aims to improve the exchange of research and practice relevant to teaching and learning in primary and secondary computing education, teacher training, and related research.
WiPSCE draws participants from all parts of the world and is run in cooperation with ACM SIGCSE. Its roots are from a long-running workshop of the German computing education community, but it is now hosted in countries across Europe, as well as in Germany. Accepted papers will be published in the WiPSCE 2020 proceedings as part of the ACM International Conference Proceedings Series. The proceedings will be included in the ACM Digital Library.
- Submission opensFebruary 12, 2020
- Submission deadlinefull/short paper abstractsMay 04, 2020(*)
- Resubmission deadlinefull/short papersMay 10, 2020
- Notification of acceptancefull/short papersJune 15, 2020
- Submission deadlineposter/demo abstractsJune 28, 2020
- Notification of acceptanceposter/demo abstractsJuly 13, 2020
- Submission of revised manuscriptsJuly 26, 2020
- Early registration deadlinetba
- ConferenceOctober 28 - 30, 2020
All deadlines are midnight "anywhere on earth".
(*) We offer a re-submission slack. This means that title and abstract of papers must be submitted by the first deadline, but it will be possible to upload the full versions of papers until the second deadline. Paper abstracts that are not submitted by the first deadline will not be considered - we need the information to assign the submissions to the reviewers.
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