1. Associations involved. We plan to use these groups to distribute information about our workshop and recruit faculty.
Association of Computer and Information Science Educators:
a consortium of state schools in Pennsylvania. They hold
an annual conference and maintain contact in between. IUP
was a founding member of this organization.http://www.ccue.org/.
Largely concentrated in the tri-state region of PA, West Ohio
and West Virginia. This group runs annual workshops and conferences
mainly for faculty in the area. We have worked with them in
for Computing in Small Colleges (CCSC) at http://www.ccsc.org/.
They are a national group and have annual conferences in various
regions including the North East. Dr. Andrew Yang
presented his background white paper at the North east conference last
November. It was well received.
Johnstown (PA, USA) Section at http://www.ewh.ieee.org/r2/johnstown/:
This group is very active and many of them work in computer systems
and education. They have close ties with the University of
Pittsburgh-Computer Science at Johnstown.
Several of us have memberships in this group.
Interest Group in Computer Science Education:
SIGSE. at http://www.acm.org/sigcse/
Society of Criminology at http://www.asc41.com/
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