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Inaugural Symposium on Computer Science and Learning Sciences

Conversations at the Intersection of Computer Science and Learning Sciences

About the Symposium

April 28–30, 2019

James L. Allen Center
Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois

Advances in computer science offer enormous opportunities for expanding and deepening learning and education. Equally enormous are the challenges in meeting the needs for learning computational thinking and skills.

This symposium will engage scientists in learning and computer science, senior and juniors, in a range of dialogues about the opportunities, challenges, and innovative solutions to education and learning for STEM and computer science.

This event is sponsored by the McCormick School of Engineering and the School of Education and Social Policy:

 


Invited Speakers

Hear from leaders at the intersection of computing and the learning sciences on the challenges, opportunities, and future developments in the computing and the learning sciences.


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Questions about the symposium can be directed to the Northwestern Center for Computing and the Learning Sciences at:

ccals@northwestern.edu

About the Center

Center for Computer Science and Learning Sciences

The new Northwestern Center for Computer Science and Learning Sciences recognizes and expands Northwestern's pioneering leadership at the intersection of computer science, education, cognitive science, and engineering. Through its academic, research, and event-based programming, the Center seeks to develop the next generation of leaders at the intersection of computer science and learning sciences and connect researchers and practitioners to create the broadest possible impact.

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