The conference contains papers in the following areas:
¨ computing eductation
¨ computing practice
¨ computing research
The theme this year is Best of Practice
The philosophy of the conference is the encouragement and support of new, emerging and established researchers in a safe environment while encouraging excellence and academic discourse. In keeping with this somewhat eclectic vision, there are several categories of paper.
Full papers are blind peer refereed on submission by a review panel and accepted/modified/rejected. The editorial panel reviews final versions. They may be rejected or returned for modification at that point. The paper should be a maximum of 4000 words.
Concise papers are reviewed on abstract by review panel. The completed papers are reviewed by editorial panel and may be rejected or returned for modification at that point. The paper should be a maximum of 2000 words.
Poster and demonstration papers
A 915*600mm poster is displayed at the conference along with one page in the proceedings. Research primarily carried out by students is identified with their institute’s logo along with an NACCQ Capstone Research logo.
Kirsten Eden, Dunedin
Cover image Keiren Smith, Lecturer in BInfoTech Games 3, Otago Polytechnic