As a proud member of the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges, CCSC:Central Plains holds a yearly regional meeting enabling faculty from throughout the Central Plains area to gather to learn, network, and get energized about teaching and new developments in the Computing disciplines.
If you live in the Central Plains — primarily Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, but we welcome people from everywhere — then please consider joining us at our 26th annual conference, on April 3-4, 2020, at St. Charles Community College in Cottleville, Missouri. There, under the watchful eye of conference chairs Dayu Wang and Deepika Jagmohan, we will feature a great lineup of papers, panels, tutorials, workshops, as well as run poster and programming contests that your students will not want to miss.
If you’ve never attended a CCSC Conference, we encourage you to do so! There is always a wealth of information shared by Computer Science colleagues from around the region making it a great way to learn new tricks for your classroom.
- Our authors wrote some incredible papers, and while they could not present, you can read their works digitally or purchase them through Amazon.
- Due to the coronavirus crisis, CCSC:CP 2020 has been canceled. If you have registered for the conference, you will receive an email with details about registration fee refunds. We thank you for your interest in our conference, and hope to see you at CCSC:CP 2021.
Coronavirus Impact: CCSC:CP 2020 is scheduled to proceed as planned. Should matters change, we will update this notice and send emails to all registrants.
- Discounted rates at area hotels are expiring soon. See the travel page for details.
- Interested in serving as a session moderator? If so, please contact one of our conference co-chairs, Dayu Wang or Deepika Jagmohan
- The schedule for our 2020 conference has now been posted, with something there for everyone!
- Our conference program is shaping up nicely, with awesome talks to appeal to anyone teaching CS and related courses. Tutorials on AI, papers on revamping programming contests, undergraduate research, ethical hacking labs, parallel and cloud computing, nifty assignments, and much, much more! Register now to take advantage of all this goodness, operators are standing by!
- Even more good news for the Uber-procrastinators — our deadline is now, the next bullet-point notwithstanding, November 25, 2019.
- Good news for you procrastinators out there! Deadlines for papers, and proposals for panels/workshops/tutorials/etc. have been pushed back a week, to November 18, 2019. Now stop reading and get writing 🙂
- Our submission portal is now open, and we keenly await your papers and proposals.
- Our 2020 Call for Participation is now available for your downloading and reading pleasure!