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Should Computer Scientists Change How They Publish?
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Should Computer Scientists Change How They Publish?

One of the most popular panels at Snowbird was "Publication Models in Computing Research: Is a Change Needed? Are We Ready for a Change?"  

John L. Hennessy on 'the Coming Tsunami in Educational Technology'
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John L. Hennessy on 'the Coming Tsunami in Educational Technology'

Stanford president John L. Hennessy delivered a provocative keynote speech, "The Coming Tsunami in Educational Technology," about the uncertain future of higher...

TeachScheme! U­sing Mathematics to Teach Programming
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TeachScheme! U­sing Mathematics to Teach Programming

Matthias Felleisen and a team of computer scientists have developed the TeachScheme! Project, which provides high school teachers with courseware and other tools...

Grace: A Manifesto For a New Educational Object-Oriented Programming Language
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Grace: A Manifesto For a New Educational Object-Oriented Programming Language

At SPLASH 2010, Andrew Black, Kim B. Bruce, and James Noble presented their manifesto for a new educational object-oriented programming language called Grace.  

SIGCSE 2010: Keywords, Final Thoughts
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SIGCSE 2010: Keywords, Final Thoughts

The keywords for SIGCSE 2010 include computational thinking, parallel programming, compilers, introductory CS courses, and Initial Learning Environments like Alice...

SIGCSE 2010: Carl E. Wieman Keynote
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SIGCSE 2010: Carl E. Wieman Keynote

Physicist Carl E. Wieman’s keynote speech at SIGCSE 2010, "Science Education for the 21st Century: Using the Insights of Science to Teach/Learn Science," focused...

SIGCSE 2010: Sally Fincher v. Barbie
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SIGCSE 2010: Sally Fincher v. Barbie

 Sally Fincher’s keynote focused on the importance of representation, such as how computer scientists represent their work, how they represent their work to each...

SIGCSE 2010: Day One
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SIGCSE 2010: Day One

A CS conference is only as good as its selection of keynote speeches, and SIGCSE 2010 offers a formidable cast of keynotes, including a Nobel Prize winner.  
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