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CERG Special Events
The Seventh Melbourne Computing Education Conventicle (MCEC2010) was held at Monash University on Friday, 19 Nov 2010. See the web page for more information.
CERG has organised and hosted the following events:
Social Inclusion and Educational Technology
Presenters: Selby Markham, Shonali Krishnaswamy, John Hurst, Steven Cunningham, Brett Gillick
CERG is part of the Centre for Organisational and Social Informatics (COSI), and as an adjunct to that centre, organized a half-day workshop on Social Inclusion and Educational Technology on Friday, 24 Sep 2010. Details of the workshop outcomes are being assembled here.
Working with Statistics in Computing Education Research (WSCER)
Presenter: Graeme Byrne (LaTrobe University)
The WSCER workshop was organised by CERG for the computing education community both nationally and internationally. This was conducted over two days immediately prior to the Australasian Computing Education conference in January 2007. There were 16 participants. The workshop was designed to develop knowledge and skills in quantitative data analysis, with an emphasis on understanding what questions can be asked of different types of data. Participants at the workshop gained practical experience in:
1st Melbourne Computing Education Conventicle
The conventicle was a one day mini-conference where people were invited to present recently published work. This event provided an opportunity for sharing of ideas and for the development of collaborations. More details of this event: http://cerg.csse.monash.edu.au/cerg_conventicle_2004.html The program is available at: http://cerg.csse.monash.edu.au/cerg_conventicle_program_2004.html
The Australasian Computing Education conference (ACE 2000)
The Seventh Australasian Women in Computing workshop (WIC7)
CERG has been associated with the following events:
This Conventicle was a one-day conference, held on Friday 16 November 2007 at The Richard Searby Room, Burwood Campus, Deakin University. Its aim was to support academics who are researching and teaching in the computer science and information technology disciplines, or who are using computer technology in their teaching. Here is the link to the website with information about the program.
2nd Melbourne Computing Education Conventicle
This Conventicle was a one-day conference, held 1n November 2005 at Swinburne University. Both John Hurst and Judy Sheard were on the organizing committee for this event.