ITiCSE 2007 - Inclusive Education in Computer Science
ITiCSE 2007 is over.
The best posters are featured on the best posters page.
Thank you to all those involved in ITiCSE 2007 - here's to ITiCSE 2008.
The ITiCSE 2007 conference was held in Dundee, Scotland. It is hosted by the University of Dundee, and is organised by the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE), in co-operation with SIGACCESS (the ACM Special Interest Group on Accessible Computing) and BCS-HCI (the British HCI Group).
The program consists of invited lectures, working groups, tutorials, exhibits, student posters, and technical sessions featuring papers, panels, posters, demonstrations, and tips and techniques sessions.
An important theme of the conference is "Inclusive Education in Computer Science". This topic includes accessibility of digital media, widening participation in higher education, and it connects with the strong reputation of the University of Dundee in developing computer systems for users with special needs.
Dundee is on the east coast of Scotland, about 60 miles or 100 km north of Edinburgh. London is 75 minutes away by local flight, and international connections are readily available from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen airports, each of which is 90 minutes journey from Dundee by rail or car. Dundee is also on the East Coast and Cross Country train lines.
For more information about Dundee and the local area, see the location page.
Details of the conference committee can be found on the committee page.
Supporters and Exhibitors
The Conference organisers thank those who are sponsoring and supporting ITiCSE 2007. There are a number of Supporter Opportunities (PDF, 5MB) available.
The conference was accompanied by a commercial exhibition, including publishers and software companies. Information about this exhibition can also be found in Supporter Opportunities (PDF, 5MB) document.
Alternatively you can view the Supporter Opportunities document online.