The MICS Program Committee invites you to submit a paper, poster, demonstration, presentation, panel discussion topic, or nifty assignment relevant to the MICS mission, which addresses the use of computers in instruction, instruction in computer science, integration of research, and student research.

Papers are published in the on-line proceedings with authors providing a 25-minute presentations at the conference. Posters and demonstrations generally involve in-progress research, or demonstrate a research concept or system. Panel discussions address timely topics of interest to the MICS community. Nifty Assignments provides a forum for sharing ideas and materials for interesting and provocative classroom assignments. Find further information about different types of submissions on the Call for Participation page.

All prospective authors submit an abstract describing their research topic. All abstracts and submitted papers undergo thorough reviews by members of the program committee. Instructions for submitting abstracts are available on the Submissions page.