Computer Science Education: Innovation and Technology - CSEIT Conference

Computer Science Education : Innovation and Technology (CSEIT) Conference

Currently, computer science educators share educational material, but this process is unstructured and does not shared material for effective use. Current sharing of material takes the form of open access to uploaded lectures on Youtube, design models and source code on websites, and informal collaboration between local groups of educators.  There is a need for identifying global commonalities in computer science curricula and establishing a framework of program/course outcomes that links to associated topics and material for teaching and assessment at the undergraduate level of university education.  Such a proposed environment of sharable material will have applicability beyond small collaborative groups through broad-based international voluntary collaborative groups.

There have been prior partial attempts at this goal but none has been sustainable or comprehensive, as need in today’s emerging computer science educational needs. Existing approaches are dated and lack incentives to stimulate large-scale and continuing usage.  The creation of international partners and collaborative work will be at the heart of stimulating continue interest in delivering a successful framework. The content of such a framework should be dynamic and responsive to changing focus in computer science education. This dynamism should be sustained by the encouraged submission of artifacts by users of the framework.  Ease of access to the framework should be achieved through an Internet-based interface that provides seamless accessibility to a relational database system. Annual workshops/conferences/webinars/tele-conferences for presentation of results from using the framework will ensure sustainability and growth of the environment.

Prof. the Hon. Dr. Stephen Martin

Prof. the Hon. Dr. Stephen Martin

Chairman, Board of Governors, Global Science & Technology Forum (GSTF)
Chief Executive, Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA)
Chairman, Bank of China (Australia)
Former Speaker Parliament of Australia
Former Deputy Vice Chancellor (Strategy and Planning) Curtin University of Technology
Former Pro Vice Chancellor International, Victoria University

Assoc Prof. Emanuel S. Grant

Assoc Prof. Emanuel S. Grant

Department of Computer Science
University of North Dakota
North Dakota
USA
“Emerging Trends in Software Engineering Education”

Dr. Forest Tan

Dr. Forest Tan

Associate Professor
Infocomm Technology
Singapore Institute of Technology
Singapore
“Rethinking higher education in InfoComm Technology: An applied learning model to produce industry ready graduates”

CSEIT 2018 will constitute a Special Panel Session on: “Computational Thinking Education in K-12”, chaired by Prof. Kong Siu Cheung. Submit your papers for panel discussions here.
CSEIT 2018 Conference Proceedings: Print ISSN: 2251-2195, E-Periodical ISSN: 2251-2209 will be published and submitted to several indexing partners.
Journal on Computing: All authors who present their papers at the conference will be invited to submit an extended version of their research paper for the GSTF Journal on Computing (JoC) – Print ISSN: 2251-3043, E-periodical: 2010-2283. All submitted papers will go through a blind review process for acceptance and will be published without additional cost (digital).
Best Paper Awards and Best Student Paper Awards will be conferred at the conference (in order to qualify for the award, the paper must be presented at the conference).

Prof. Liz Bacon
Prof. Liz Bacon
University of Greenwich, UK
Dr. Emanuel S Grant
Dr. Emanuel S Grant
University of North Dakota, USA
Assoc. Prof. Stephan Chalup
Assoc. Prof. Stephan Chalup
The University of New Castle, Australia

GSTF is a proud partner of 41 Universities around the globe.
For a complete list of GSTF Partner Universitie please visit: https://www.globalstf.org/partner-universities.php