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June 19, 2014


The CSER blog has moved to a new site: Looking forward to seeing you all there! Advertisements

Paper accepted for ACE 2014

October 11, 2013


The ACE conference is a fantastic conference for sharing ideas with our local CS education community.  I always learn so much when I attend, and so I am particularly pleased that our paper on the new Digital Technology curriculum in Australian has been accepted for the upcoming conference in Auckland next year. In this paper, […]

Papers accepted for Koli

August 27, 2013


CSER are off to Finland! We are very excited to have had two papers accepted for the Koli Calling conference later this year. Koli Calling is one of the highest quality conferences in the area of CS education research, with a strong emphasis on rigorous education research methods. It will be a fantastic opportunity to […]

Research contract exploring Digital Inclusion for Indigenous Australians

April 12, 2013


The CSER group is working with a team from across the University of Adelaide and the University of Canberra on a research contract with the Telstra Foundation exploring digital inclusion for Indigenous Australians, led by Professor Lester-Irabinna Rigney from the University of Adelaide. In this project we are exploring what it means for Indigenous Australians, […]

Wenhui Zhang joins CSER group as a Masters student

March 18, 2013


Wenhui Zhang has joined the CSER group to complete his Masters research project. Wenhui will be working on the visualisation of software to assist learning project. Software visualisation is a successful tool in assisting students to learn how to program, whether it be understanding the execution of code, or the application of fundamental programming concepts. […]

Summer Scholarship Project: David Piper joins CSER

January 23, 2013


David Piper has joined the CSER group as a summer scholarship student to work on a project exploring assignment submission patterns and timeliness. David will be working with the group over his summer break to continue the work that we started last year in this area, and that was recently published at the ICER conference. […]

Papers accepted for Latice 2013

January 22, 2013


We are very excited to have had three papers accepted for Latice 2013 – the First International Conference on Learning and Teaching in Computing and Engineering, which is being held in Macau in March. Rebecca Vivian has been working on analysing online collaborations in the context of exploring cognitive and metacognitive behaviours within online collaboration environments. […]