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SIGCSE 2014 papers

October 18, 2013

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The CSER group has had several papers accepted for publication at next year’s SIGCSE conference, which will be held in Atlanta. It will be a fantastic opportunity to present some updates on previous work, as well as introducing some new areas of research that we have been exploring. The first paper follows up our previous […]

Paper accepted for ACE 2014

October 11, 2013

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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

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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 […]

Papers accepted for Latice 2013

January 22, 2013

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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. […]

Paper accepted for ACE: Visualisation of Learning Management System Usage for Early Detection of Students At Risk of Failure in Computer Science Courses

October 3, 2012

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Tom Haig has had his first paper accepted for the Fifteenth Australasian Computing Education Conference (ACE 2013), which is held as part of Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW). Congratulations, Tom! This paper, Visualisation of Learning Management System Usage for Early Detection of Students At Risk of Failure in Computer Science Courses, describes some of Tom’s work […]

Paper accepted for Computer Science Education: Structuring and Supporting “Contributing Student Pedagogy”

October 2, 2012

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We’ve been working for a number of years in how you can use collaborative learning in computer science courses, particularly introductory programming courses. We have explored more “pure” collaborative learning techniques in our courses, as well as cooperative learning (in our Specialised Programming course) and, more recently, Contributing Student Pedagogy (CSP). CSP differs from other […]

ICER Paper Acceptance

June 28, 2012

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Our paper, A Fast Measure for Identifying At-Risk Students in Computer Science, has been accepted for the ICER Workshop in September. Thushari Atapattu will also been attending as she has been accepted for the ICER doctoral consortium. N. Falkner and K. Falkner, A Fast Measure for Identifying At-Risk Students in Computer Science. Accepted for the […]