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Computing Curricula 2005: The Overview Report
The purpose of this session is to present the recently completed work of the Computing Curricula 2005 Task Force, and to generate discussion among, and feedback from SIGCSE members about ongoing and future work.
Toward curricular guidelines for cybersecurity
This session reports on a workshop convened by the ACM Education Board with funding by the US National Science Foundation and invites discussion from the community on the workshop findings. The
Distributed expertise for teaching computer organization & architecture
This report presents preliminary results from our project on creating distributed expertise for teaching computer organization & architecture course(s) in the undergraduate computer science
Plagiarism and Scholarly Publications: An Ethical Analysis
Practical challenges to enforcement policies, including legal liability, may complicate the development of a broad, enforceable policy against plagiarism that includes sanctions against authors found to be plagiarists.
The CC2020 project — computing curricula guidelines for the 2020s
An overview of a worldwide project to chart the future of computing education on a global scale, a digest of the content anticipated in the resources delivered as well as suggestions for their use are provided.
Social Informatics: An Information Society for all? In Remembrance of Rob Kling - Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Human Choice and Computers (HCC7), IFIP TC 9, Maribor,
This website becomes a very available place to look for countless social informatics an information society for all in remembrance of rob kling proceedings of the sources.
CE2016: Updated computer engineering curriculum guidelines
Participants will engage in discussions on potential improvements to the guidelines to ensure that they are useful to programs as they work to ensure their curricula reflect the state-of-the-art in computer engineering education and practice and are relevant for the coming decade.
Global perspectives on cybersecurity education for 2030: a case for a meta-discipline
This report starts from the premise that cybersecurity is a "meta-discipline" that is used as an aggregate label for a wide variety of similar disciplines, much in the same way that the terms "engineering" and "computing" are commonly used.
Latin American Perspectives to Internationalize Undergraduate Information Technology Education
Findings show that IT degree programs are making progress in bridging the academic-industry gap, but more work remains.
Historical perspectives on the computing curriculum
Computing has become a diverse and multi-faceted discipline. It is imperative that computing curricula evolve so that they will effectively convey this breadth. An awareness of the societal