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 (at most 6 pages, single-spaced) must be submitted on or before 11/11/2019. Authors will be notified by 1/5/2020, and final submissions must be made by 1/13/2020.
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 11/11/2019. Authors will be notified by 1/5/2020, and final submissions must be made by 1/13/2020.
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 11/11/2019. Authors will be notified by 1/5/2020, and final submissions must be made by 1/13/2020.
In the submission for “Nifty Assignments”, please limit the initial abstract to 2 pages. Accepted submissions will be presented by the author of the assignment at the conference and final abstracts will be published on the conference website afterwards.
“Lightning Talks” are quick, 5 to 10 minute informal presentations that will be neither peer-reviewed nor published in the ACM digital library. A conference committee will accept proposals of general interest to fit the allotted time slots for the lightning talks.
Accepted notifications will indicate a time limit for each presentation. To submit, send a title and an abstract of no more than four sentences to Diana Linville by 3/6/2020.
K-12 Teacher Submissions
The 2020 Central Plains Regional Conference of the Consortium for Computer Sciences will feature a track for K-12 teachers. All K-12 educators who are interested in becoming academic presenters are encouraged to submit a paper, tutorial, workshop, panel proposal, nifty assignment or lightning talk for consideration.
We invite students to submit their papers or presentations to Consortium for Computing Sciences in Central Plains. Student presentations will not be peer-reviewed, neither will they be published in the ACM digital library. The papers will be posted on the conference website. The best papers submitted will be awarded certificates. Papers must be submitted via email to our Student Paper Session Chair, Dr. Scott Sigman, by 3/6/2020.
Student presenters should not exceed 15 minutes in length.
Any questions for submissions can be sent to Student Paper Session Chair as well.
Authors of the accepted papers will be given feedback on their presentation, allowing time for it to be adjusted.
These submissions should follow CCSC’s regulations, found here at Manuscript Formatting, except for the following:
The submission should not exceed two pages, including the title and list of authors.
Should not include a one-paragraph overview (“abstract”) that would precede the submission.
Do not include the mailing address and telephone number of each author/student.
Must include each author/student’s institutional affiliation and e-mail address.
The advisor, if listed, should appear among the authors/students and should be listed as “advisor” in parenthesis after the name.