SIGCSE 2021: Virtual Event, USA

Opening Keynote

First Timer's Session and Keynote

Paper Session: Assessments

Paper Session: Early Programming

Paper Session: Feedback / Tutoring A

Paper Session: Software Engineering / Capstone

Panel: How Student Surveys Drive Change: Using the Data Buddies Department Report from the Computing Research Association

Panel: Technology We Can't Live Without!, Revisited

Panel: TextbooksForAll: Free Textbooks and Their Place in Computer Science Education

Paper Session: Accessibility

Paper Session: AI / ML

Paper Session: Collaboration

Paper Session: Computational Thinking

Paper Session: Computing Education Research A

Panel: Where Should We Go From Here? Eliminating Inequities In CS Education, Featuring Guests From The CS-Ed Podcast

Panel: Learning with Leadership: Perspectives from a Statewide Research-Practice Partnership

Panel: Showcase of NCWIT Academic Alliance Members

Paper Session: Code Analysis

Paper Session: CS1 / CS2

Paper Session: Outreach

Paper Session: Student Experience

Panel: Teaching the Methods of Teaching CS

Panel: Teaching TAs to Teach: Strategies for TA Training

Special Session: The NCWIT Tech Inclusion Journey

Special Session: SIGCSE Reads 2021: Using the Stories in your Classroom

Paper Session: CS Instruction

Paper Session: Data Science

Paper Session: Feedback / Tutoring B

Paper Session: Systems A

Panel: Dismantling the Master's House: Effective Allyship, Advocacy, and Activism for Women in Computing

Panel: Exploring the Data on Dual Pandemics: How Racism and COVID-19 Have Impacted the Computing Community

Panel: Reimagining Equitable Computer Science Education: Culturally Relevant Computing in Practice

Keynote: SIGCSE Award for Outstanding Contributions to Computer Science Education

Paper Session: Diversity A

Paper Session: Exams

Paper Session: Gender

Paper Session: Professional Development

Panel: Fun and Engaging Pre-CS1 Programming Languages

Panel: Debugging the Diversity Tech's Gap through (Re-)entry Initiatives in Emerging Technologies for Women

Panel: Improving Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Doctoral Computing Education

Special Session: Microteaching

Paper Session: CS1