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Sister sessions allow for computing education-related journals, conferences, and other professional organizations to highlight their work as part of the SIGCSE TS technical sessions subject to space availability. Proposals for sister sessions are considered by the SIGCSE TS Steering Committee.

This year we are pleased to highlight the work of the following as part of the technical symposium’s sister sessions:

  • ACM Special Interest Group on Computers & Society (SIGCAS)
  • ACM Transactions on Computing Education

Included Content

Title
ACM SIGCAS presents: What kind of world should computing build?
Sister Sessions
EngageCSEdu Special Issue on Responsible Computing
Sister Sessions
Dates

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Fri 22 Mar

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Sat 23 Mar

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10:45 - 12:00
10:45
75m
Talk
ACM SIGCAS presents: What kind of world should computing build?
Sister Sessions
Michelle Trim UMass Amherst, Samuel Mann Otago Polytechnic, Richard Blumenthal Regis University