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Reflecting on the Role of Diversity in Computing and Society: A New Resources Page from CSG-ED
- On March 11, 2020, SIGCAS sponsored its fourth annual mini-symposium on Computing for the Social Good in Computer Science Education.
- On February 27, 2019, SIGCAS sponsored its third annual mini-symposium on CSG-Ed. Click here to read a summary of the mini-symposium, view talk slides, breakout session notes and areas to get involved!
We have a problem:
Global social inequity and environmental degradation are increasing.
Computer science education is not consistently or sufficiently using its ability to make a large positive social impact on these problems.
All computing education programs, whether formal, informal, public or private sector based, integrate computing for social good (CSG) throughout their design and delivery.
We will develop a network of computer science faculty who are currently integrating CSG into any of their classes and facilitate an ongoing conversation about how to increase the presence of CSG in computing education.
Five years from now all students majoring in computing will have an experience using computing to better the world.
- Computing for the Social Good in Education, by Mikey Goldweber, Lisa Kaczmaryczyk and Rick Blumenthal. Appeared in ACM Inroads, Vol 10, No 4 (Dec 2019)
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