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Computing for the Social Good: Educational Practices (CSG-Ed), is an umbrella term meant to incorporate any educational activity, from small to large, that endeavors to convey and reinforce computing’s social relevance and potential for positive societal impact. This SIGCAS sponsored symposium is an opportunity for CSG-Ed practitioners to present their projects/practices. The goal is for current and future CSG-Ed practitioners to share best practices, discover new collaborators, review common pitfalls (and how they can be avoided), and discuss how SIGCAS can support the many varied individual and group CSG-Ed efforts.
View the ACM-SIGCAS Webcast with Ron Woerner on Demand: "Getting Cyber Safety Through to Employees (and anyone else)"
If you missed "Getting Cyber Safety Through to Employees (and anyone else)", register now for on-demand access.
Join Presenter Ron Woerner and Moderator Karla Carter on Thursday, December 18, 2014 at noon ET (11am CT/10 am MT/ 9 am PT/ 5 pm GMT) for a session that will educate attendees on human motivation and interaction, how security controls may be bypassed by a person’s intentional or unintentional acts, and methods for reducing the cyber risks associated with people.
Current Calls for Papers for the Newsletter Computers and Society
The detailed call for papers for the special issue on Security, Privacy and Human Behavior
Details for authors considering submitting an article for possible publication in the Computers and Society Newsletter.
Details about the service for which Starr Roxanne Hiltz was awarded the 2012 SIGCAS Making a Difference Award
Details about the service for which Oliver "Ollie" Smoot, Jr. was awarded the 2011 SIGCAS Making a Difference Award
Details about the service for which Elizabeth "Beth" Hawthorne was awarded the 2012 SIGCAS Outstanding Service Award
Details about the service for which Carol Spradling was awarded the 2011 SIGCAS Outstanding Service Award
Recipients of the Making a Difference and Outstanding Service Awards 2012
A list of the committee of SIGCAS
Table of Contents; front matter, abstracts & links to blogs for each article
Access the entire issue or individual articles.