Educators are bringing together computing and the liberal arts and sciences to create new courses with a common theme of visual and computational creativity. This conference supports college educators in their efforts to discover and discuss new ways to combine computing and the liberal arts. The keynote speakers are Mark Guzdial and Joel Slayton who will address the synthesis of computer science and culture. The conference will offer papers on pedagogy and theory, and host workshops that highlight applications in the classroom.
Please consider presenting a paper or hosting a workshop. We encourage submittals based on experience and about planned or wished-for courses.
Abstracts are due August 31, at the conference website: http://www.cofc.edu/~thinking .
We also invite your attendance and will provide registration facilities on the website in September.
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