ITiCSE 2000

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Please use our Online Submission System to submit your work to the ITiCSE 2000 Conference. The instructions for different types of submissions are given below. Questions about the on-line submission system can be addressed to Mike Andrews (

Papers (deadline Nov. 29, 1999)

All papers should be high-quality, unpublished, original work related to the themes of the conference. This year we are expecting all paper submissions to be full papers. Final submissions are limited to four pages. Make sure that your html submission equates to a four page formated paper. Author identification must be concealed in paper submissions to allow for a blind review process. Notification of acceptance will be no later than Jan. 31, 2000.

Poster (deadline Mar. 3, 2000)

Works in progress may be submitted for presentation in poster format at the conference. Each poster will be supported by a one-page abstract that will appear in the proceedings. The abstract should include a title, presenter information (name, affiliation, address, email, phone), and a description of the poster topic and contents.

Panel (deadline Nov. 29, 1999)

A panel abstract is limited to two (2) pages. It should contain the following information, in this order: panel title, panel organizer information (name, affiliation, address, email, phone), panelist information (name, affiliation, email) for each panelist, and panel description. The panel description should include an introduction to the panel topic and a short position statement from each panelist. The panel organizer must select appropriate panelists who will make a commitment to participate. The panel organizer is responsible for obtaining position statements from panelists and integrating them into the abstract before submitting the proposal. All accepted panel abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings. Notification of acceptance will be no later than Jan. 31, 2000.

Working Group Topic (deadline Nov. 29, 1999)

To apply to lead a working group, create a proposal describing the topic you wish to address, what you expect the group to produce and information on your experience in the area. You may also include a list of potential working group members. Proposals should be 2 to 4 pages in length. Notification of acceptance will be no later than Jan. 31, 2000.

Tips and Techniques (deadline Mar. 3, 2000)

Submit a one-page summary including a title, presenter information (name, affiliation, address, email, and phone), a description of the idea to be presented, and if appropriate, a URL where further information or materials are available.

Tutorial (deadline Jan. 17, 2000)

Proposals for tutorials that provide in-depth coverage of a topic of interest to computing educators are invited. A tutorial should be designed to be a thorough and comprehensive exploration of the topic. Each tutorial is classified as either half-day (3 hours) or full-day (7 hours), and will be held the day before the conference. There is an additional fee for a symposium attendee to participate in a tutorial. Tutorial presenters will earn two nights accommodation at the conference hotel.


Please note that these guidelines below are only required for final papers, not for submissions.

The templates are exactly the same as in SIGCSE 2000 Technical Symposium.



Examples of Word and LaTeX template produced papers in PDF format.