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Submission Deadline for Posters is extended to April 12, 2013

You are invited to submit a poster related to the educational use of the Alice programming language in at any level (elementary school, middle school, high school, community college and university). All accepted posters will be presented at the symposium.

Note, you are to submit a DESCRIPTION of the poster for review, and if accepted you will need to create the poster and bring it to the conference.

At least one author of each poster should register, attend the symposium, and present the poster.

There is also a paper track. Information about submitting a paper is here.

Topics and Tracks

Topics include:

There will be three tracks for posters depending on the level where Alice is used. If your work applies to several levels then either submit to the highest level used or to the level where the largest impact is. The three tracks are:

Format Instructions for Submissions

A poster submission consists of two documents. A two-page poster description document that describes the work/experience for reviewing purposes, and an 200-word abstract.

  1. Poster description (limited to 2 pages)

  2. The proposal should include the following information.
    1. Author(s): Include name and contact information.

    2. Title: Include a short title for the poster

    3. Description: Include a description of the work that will be presented on a poster.

    4. Poster abstract (limited to 200 words).
    5. The poster abstract is a description of the poster.

  3. Poster abstract (limited to 200 words)

  4. The same poster abstract must be included in the two page description and is also submitted separately in a text box.

Poster Specifications

The author will have a choice of poster style that must be choosen when the poster abstract is submitted. The choice will be either:

Submission Instructions

Submissions are now closed for posters.