|Date Due||Friday, August 28th, 2015|
|Time Due||23:59 in Pago Pago, American Samoa (UTC-11h)|
|Submission Limits||6 pages|
|Submission Link||SIGCSE 2016 OpenConf|
|Notification to Authors||Monday, October 12th, 2015|
|Camera-Ready Copy||Sunday, December 6th (was November 30th)|
|Camera-Ready Instructions||@ Sheridan Publishing|
We invite papers falling into the following topic areas:
And, in truth, probably a few other areas as well, as long as you’re within the conference theme and in the realm of computer science education.
Authors must submit ONLY an anonymized version of the paper. The goal of the anonymized version is to, as much as possible, allow the author(s) of the paper an unbiased review. The anonymized version should have ALL references to the authors removed (including author’s names and affiliation plus identifying information within the body of the paper such as websites or related publications). Self-citations need not be removed if they are worded so that the reviewer doesn’t know if the writer is citing himself/herself. That is, instead of writing “We reported on our first experiment in 2007 in a previous paper ”, the writer might write “In 2007, an initial experiment was done in this area as reported in .
If the paper is accepted for the conference and for publication, authors will be asked to complete a camera-ready copy that will include all appropriate author names, citations, and references.
The paper is limited to a maximum of 6 pages and must adhere to ACM’s publication guidelines:
If your paper is accepted you will have a chance to modify your publication version before it is published.
Write your submission using the format specified above.
Convert your paper into Adobe PDF format. Refer to our Creating Adobe PDF Documents page page for assistance.
Details regarding submission upload will be made available when the submission system goes online.
The opening of submissions will be announced through the SIGCSE mailing list, social media, and the front page of this website.
If you have questions about anything discussed above, please contact the SIGCSE 2016 Program Co-Chairs.