Computers and Society 48: 3-4 now available

Computers and Society 48: 3-4 now available

Issues 3-4 of Volume 48 of SIGCAS Computers and Society is now available from the Newsletter page (click above or on the image to the left). It is the first issue for the new editor, Richard Blumenthal, who is taking over from the previous Editor-in-Chief, Randy Connolly.

Computing for the Social Good in Computer Science Education – 2019 Mini Symposium

Computing for the Social Good in Computer Science Education – 2019 Mini Symposium

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. Are you a CSG-Ed practitioner? Present your work at this mini-symposium. Not a CSG-Ed practitioner – attend and […]

Call For Reviews

Call For Reviews

For the next issue of ACM Computers and Society, we would like to publish three to four book review essays. Each review should be in the 750-1500 word range and should focus on a recent book related to topics of interest to the SIGCAS membership. Alternately, a longer review essay which examines two or three related books together in some  thematic way will also be considered.

Computers and Society 48:1 now available

Computers and Society 48:1 now available

Issue 1 of Volume 48 of Computers and Society is now available on the newsletter page. This is the first issue of the re-designed ACM SIGCAS Newsletter. It is the first issue for the new editor (Randy Connolly) who is taking over from the previous editor-in-chief, Dee  A. B. Weikle. Due to the difficulty in finding […]


ACM SIGCAS Tweets

In this People of ACM, we speak to @ShaimaaLazem , an Associate Research Professor at the City for Scientific Research and Technological Applications. Lazem discusses her research interests within the #HCI field & what motivated her to found the @ArabHCI. https://t.co/QdfQtCPVIn

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