Australasian Computing Education Conference 2009

Wellington, New Zealand; Jan 20 - Jan 23, 2009

ACE2009: Welcome

The Eleventh Australasian Computing Education Conference is a conference on research and innovations in computing education in its various aspects, at all levels and in all contexts. ACE2009 is the only Australasian conference devoted entirely to education in computer science, information systems, software engineering and information technology.

ACE2009 is held in cooperation with: and

Topics of interest for the conference include, but are not limited to: the use of technology in education, course content, curriculum structure, methods of assessment, mobile, flexible, online learning, and evaluations of alternative approaches.

These innovations may be in the context of formal courses or self-directed learning; they may involve, for example, introductory programming, service courses, specialist undergraduate or postgraduate topics, industry-related short courses. We welcome submissions directed at issues of current and local importance, as well as topics of international interest. Such topics may include transition from school to university, articulation between vocational and university education, quality management in teaching, teaching people from other cultures, attracting and retaining female students, online, mobile and blended learning.

The program committee will select the papers to appear based on their potential to enhance learning outcomes in computing courses. All papers will be fully refereed using a double blind reviewing process. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.

Please send any further enquiries to ACE2009@rmit.edu.au.

ACE2009 is held in conjunction with Australasian Computer Science Week 2009 (ACSW 2009).

ACSW 2009 arranges the venues and registrations for all ACSW 2009 conferences. All the information that you need about registration and venues is available from the ACSW 2009 website, to which a link is provided in the navigation bar to the left.