Call for Participation: ICER "LIGHTNING TALKS"
Lightning Talk Application Deadline: June 17, 2012
ICER 2012 -- International Computing Education Research Conference
Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand
September 10-11, 2012
We invite submissions for the Lightning Talk session at this year’s
International Computing Education Research Conference (ICER) to be held
at Auckland University of Technology on September 10-11, 2012.
What is exactly is a Lightning Talk? Lightning Talks are short, strictly
timed 3 minute presentations intended to further expand the ICER
community and spark discussion among conference participants. The intent
is for these talks to provide a venue in support of new ideas and
newcomers to our community.
Potential benefits of giving a Lightning Talk include:
* getting feedback on a new idea for an empirical CS Ed project,
* getting a critique of a research design or data-gathering strategy,
* showcasing a tool or technique that hasn’t been fully tested,
* finding collaborators at other institutions, and
* inspiring good conversations among conference attendees
Interested presenters should prepare a brief abstract as a Word or PDF
document containing the following information:
* Your name, as you wish it to appear in the program
* Your affiliation(s)
* An email address to which correspondence can be directed
* A project/talk abstract using a maximum of 300 words (including
references, if used)
Abstracts should be submitted no later than June 17 to Brian Dorn via
email at bd...@hartford.edu for consideration. Accepted abstracts will
be made available on the conference website in addition to the
presentations made at the conference.
Full details about the conference can be found at
2012 Lightning Talks Chair
Brian Dorn, Ph.D. Dana Hall 310B
Assistant Professor Office: +1 860-768-5925
Departments of Computer Science and Fax: +1 860-768-5927
Multimedia Web Design and Development bd...@hartford.edu
University of Hartford http://www.cs.hartford.edu/~dorn
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