General Information 2009
10th KOLI CALLING INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTING EDUCATION RESEARCH
October 28th to 31st, 2010
Koli National Park, Finland
Planning has begun for the 10th Koli Calling conference where we will continue the tradition of combining the dissemination of teaching and learning practice with solid, theoretically anchored research in computer science education. The conference will celebrate its tenth anniversary in the beautiful surroundings of the Koli National Park.
Papers for the 2010 conference will be due on the 20th of June 2010.
The conference is known for its moderate size, intimate atmosphere, and lively discussions. All papers will be double blind peer reviewed. The language of the conference is English.News:
- October 26th, Koli Calling Final Programme updated with presentation information.
- October 2nd, Koli Calling Doctoral Consortium will be held at 29th of October, just before the conference.
- September 29th, Detailed information about the conference fee and hotel charges available now!
- September 28th, Program draft and travelling information available.
- September 25th, Call for Participation with list of accepted submissions released.
- September 24th, The Koli 2009 Keynote will be delivered by by Prof. David Klappholz, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, who will give a talk entitled "Recruiting Young Women into, and Retaining Them in Computing Majors".
- September 21th, Registration for Koli Calling 2009 is now open!
- June 19th, The final version of the Koli 2008 proceedings now online
- June 6th, Due to confusion arising from moving the submissions deadline from August to June we have extended the deadline to 28th June 2009.
- May 26th, Paper formatting instructions and link to submissions system activated.
- April 24th, Call for papers and call for tools are now available.
Original submissions in all areas related to the conference theme are welcome. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Computing education research: methodologies and results
- Educational technology, software, and tools
- Use of technology to support education in computing and related sciences
- Tools for visualization or concretization
- Teaching innovations, best practices, experience, assessment development and case studies in Computing Education
- Distance education, virtual and open universities in computing
2009 Keynote: David Klappholz
Arnold Pears, Uppsala University, Sweden
Carsten Schulte, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
TOOLS WORKSHOP CHAIR
Ari Korhonen, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland