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"Are We Doomed? Reframing the Discussion"

 

 
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Are We Doomed? Reframing the Discussion

San Diego Room
Monday, 16:15, 1 hour

 


 
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Robert Biddle, Carleton University
Alistair Cockburn, Humans and Technology
Brian Marick, Independent Consultant
Alan O'Callaghan, De Montfort University
Eugene Wallingford, moderator, University of Northern Iowa

At universities around the world, interest in computer science has plummeted. Is this decline part of a cyclical trend, or a reflection of a change in the world in which computing operates? This panel discussion will discuss the state of computer science education and what we as computer science educators can do to redefine university computing education. The audience will participate in the discussion!

 
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