consortium for computing sciences in colleges :  central plains

Information for Authors

 

Thank you for considering a submission to CCSC:CP, our conference will be all the better for your participation.   Feel free to download our Call for Papers, or read on for the web version.

 

Submission to our conference is an easy 3-step process.

 

1.  Develop your paper/panel/tutorial/nifty assignments/lightning talks proposal  (OK, step 1 might admittedly be a little challenging)

2.  Visit our submission guidelines page to ensure that your manuscript is properly formatted

3.  Submit your paper/panel/etc at our new submission portal.

 

 

Papers

 

We invite professionals to submit papers that will enhance knowledge of academic computing topics. All topics will be considered and those papers that are accepted will be presented at the conference and published in the Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges and the ACM Digital Library.  Papers must be submitted on or before 12/10/2014. Authors will be notified by 1/6/2015, and final submissions must be made by 1/17/2015. Contact Scott Bell or  David Heise for specific information.

 

Panels and Tutorials

 

We invite professionals to submit abstracts describing panels and tutorials related to academic computing topics which they believe conference attendees will find timely. All topics will be considered; those that are accepted will be presented at the conference and their abstracts published in the conference proceedings.  Panel and tutorial abstracts must be submitted on or before 12/10/2014.  Authors will be notified by 1/6/2015, and final submissions must be made by 1/17/2015. Contact David Pope or Ron McCleary for specific information.

 

Nifty Assignments

 

We invite instructors to submit abstracts describing "nifty" course assignments they believe conference attendees will find useful and incorporate in their courses. All topics will be considered; those that are accepted will be presented at the conference and their abstracts published in the conference proceedings.  "Nifty" course assignment abstracts must be submitted 12/10/2014.  Authors will be notified by 1/6/2015, and final submissions must be made by 1/17/2015.  Contact Michael Haas, Michael Rogers or Mahmoud Yousef for specific information.

 

Lightning Talks

 

We invite conference participants to submit proposals for “Lightning Talks” on topics that might be interesting to attendees. These will be quick (5-10 minutes) presentations, less formal than those for papers, and they will not be peer reviewed or published. The conference committee will accept proposals of general interest to fit the allotted time slots. The acceptance notifications will indicate time limit. To submit, send a title and an abstract of no more than four sentences to Kendall Bingham by 2/22/2015

 

K-12 Teachers

 

The 2015 Central Plains Regional Conference of the CCSC will feature a track for K-12 teachers. All K-12 educators are encouraged to submit a paper, tutorial, workshop,  panel or Lightning Talk proposal for consideration. Additionally, a meeting of the Missouri Computer Science Teacher's Association (CSTA) may take place at the conference. If you have questions, please contact Scott BellTim DeClue, or Lewis McKenzie.

 

K-12 Lightning Talks

 

We invite K-12 conference participants to submit proposals for “Lightning Talks” on topics that might be interesting to K-12 attendees. These will be quick (5-10 minutes) presentations, less formal than those for papers, and they will not be peer reviewed or published.  The conference committee will accept proposals of general interest to fit the allotted time slots. The acceptance notifications will indicate time limit. To submit, send a title and an abstract of no more than four sentences to Diana Linville or Lewis McKenzie by 2/22/2015.

 

 

Student Papers

We invite students to submit paper proposals on any computing topic believed to be of interest to attendees.  Student Papers are not peer reviewed nor published.  Abstracts of selected papers will be posted on the conference web site, and awards will be given for the best papers. Authors of accepted papers will be provided with feedback before their presentation, so they can adjust accordingly.  Interested students can visit the conference website for details and registration procedures.  Contact Linda Webster (Linda.Webster@westminster-mo.edu) for specific information by 3/8/2015.

 

Student Poster Contest

 

We invite students to submit abstracts on any topic in computing for a poster contest to be held at the conference. Posters are due on 3/8/2015, and further information is available on this page, or  contact Rick Barker for specific information.

 

 

Notes for Accepted Authors

 

1.  Information on formatting details and instructions on submission procedures, for all of the categories below, is now available. If your work is accepted, you will be cordially requested to fill out a Copyright Release form (see the Authors Acceptance letter for details).

 

2.  Only those works that are presented at the conference will appear in the ACM digital library.

 

 

 

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