Criteria and Scrutiny in Computing Education Research

Sanders, K., Maguire, J. and McGill, M. M. (2022) Criteria and Scrutiny in Computing Education Research. Dagstuhl Seminar 22442: Toward Scientific Evidence Standards in Empirical Computer Science, Waden, Germany, 30 Oct - 04 Nov 2022.

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In 2020, a working group was convened at the Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE) conference, led by Marian Petre, Kate Sanders and Robert McCartney on Mapping the Landscape of Peer Review in Computing Education Research (CER). The working group considered 17 venues, including CER conferences and journals, as well as overlapping conferences in Software Engineering and Human Factors. In this presentation, we consider some of the common review criteria observed across venues as well as some of the ethical concerns that emerge in peer-review and the process itself. These elements are considered through the lens of excerpts and vignettes drawn from conference chairs and journal editors interviewed by the working group that reflect aspects of the conversations and debates that have happened during the week at the present seminar.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Maguire, Dr Joseph
Authors: Sanders, K., Maguire, J., and McGill, M. M.
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Computing Science
Research Group:Centre for Computing Science Education (CCSE)
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