Important Dates for Posters
|ITiCSE 2020||15 – 19 June|
ITiCSE poster sessions provide an opportunity to share computing education ideas in a less formal setting than a paper presentation.
Contact the poster chairs, email@example.com, for further information.
What is a poster?
A poster is a large printed document, typically combining text and images, that embodies a succinct description of work that has been done. The poster is ‘presented’ at the conference by being displayed on a provided easel, with an author at hand to explain the work and provide more detail to interested attendees. Presenting a poster is a good way to discuss and receive feedback on a work in progress that has not been fully developed into a paper.
Posters should not re-present previously published work.
Poster proposal review is not blind.
Poster topic ideas
The topic of a poster presentation is not limited. However, the topic should lend itself to presentation in poster format, possibly with additional details available in a handout or URL. You might consider a poster presentation of teaching materials that you would like to share, or preliminary research findings. Examples might include
- imaginative assignments
- innovative curriculum design
- laboratory materials
- effective ideas for recruiting and retaining students
- computing education research that is in a preliminary stage
Suggestions for poster design are given in Research Posters 101. Although these suggestions were published for student researchers, the ideas are also applicable to posters for this conference.
Formatting the poster proposal
A poster proposal is a single page, in PDF format, explaining what the poster is about. The full proposal contains an abstract and a body that describes your poster (as detailed below). The abstract needs to appear in two places: in the PDF proposal and in a text box on the submission page.
The proposal is used for the review process, and, if the proposal is accepted, for publication in the ITiCSE proceedings.
Poster proposal contents
A poster proposal will typically include the following information.
- Title: a title for the poster.
- Proposer: include name, affiliation, and email address. Correspondence related to the conference will be sent by email. Please check your spam filter if you haven’t received an expected notification because the bulk emails generated by the conference software are sometimes blocked.
- Abstract: a description of the poster. The same abstract will also need to be copied into a text box on the submission page. Please be sure that your description is accurate and that both submitted copies (in the PDF poster proposal and in the submission text box) are exactly the same.
- Content: A description of the expected content of the poster, along with an indication of why the topic is significant: why conference attendees will find it interesting.
Accepted posters will be displayed at one or more refreshment breaks during the conference, and at least one author of each poster must be present at those sessions to discuss the poster and respond to questions about it.
By SIGCSE Organization policy, at least one contributor is required to register, attend and present the poster. See our full policy for more information.
Posters up to A0 in size can typically be accommodated, but further information will be provided later; for example, whether both landscape and portrait posters can be accommodated. Authors who do not know what A0 means are requested to look it up rather than asking the poster chairs.
Submitting a poster proposal
Write your submission using the format specified above.
Convert your paper into Adobe PDF format.
If you have questions about anything discussed above, please contact the poster chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org