9 - 10 April, 2009
Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt - Austria
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Aims and Scope
Mobility under its different forms plays a central role in the academic achievement and career management of students, researchers, and teachers. Involving other actors such as administration staff and institutions, mobility offers a valuable opportunity not only for individuals but also for countries.

To discuss mobility and other related issues in Computer Science education, the 1st Workshop on Computer Science & Mobility (CSMW'09) intends to bring together lecturers, researchers, and administrative personnel that are interested in sharing experiences in Computer Science education in order to show the complementarity and relevance of all aspects of mobility. Moreover, given the diversity of mobility aspects and the public involved in this problematic, CSMW aims at offering a forum for discussing and presenting the current trends in CS education as well as exposing experiences related to student exchange in the framework of various programs such as the LLP/Erasmus program.

The main topic areas of the first CSMW in Klagenfurt are (but are not limited to):

  • Topic A1 - Aspects of Student and Staff Mobility
    • Opportunities of international higher education (cultural and economic development)
    • Erasmus: experiences with students' and staffs' mobility
    • Perspectives of Austrian higher education
    • Life-long learning
  • Topic A2 - Internationalization
    • Curricula adaptation
    • Promotion of quality assurance and mutual recognition of courses and degrees
    • Formal institutionalization of the involvement of governments, education institutions, and the economy
    • Comparative studies in developing and implementing exchange programs
  • Topic T1 - Current Trends in CS and CS Education
    • Information Technology and Computer Science Education
    • Educational psychology
    • Exploratory Technologies (such as Simulations or VR)
    • Student centered teaching, just-in-time and learning-on-demand
  • Topic T2 - Research Perspectives in CS and CS Education
    • Technological, pedagogical, and content knowledge
    • Learning communities and web service technologies
    • Learning paradigms in academia
    • Technology, learning, and expertise


Important Dates

Paper Submission:
February 6, 2009

Authors' Notification:
March 3rd, 2009 (updated!)

Final Paper Submission and Registration:
March 17th, 2009 (updated!)