The SIGCSE Committee on Computing Education in Liberal Arts Colleges will
be hosting tutorial sessions entitled "Reflective Curriculum Review for
Liberal Arts Computing Programs" (link to full abstract
at several CCSC conferences this fall.

The sessions will introduce a workbook that is intended to guide computing
programs through an identity-focused curriculum design or revision process.
Participants will engage in the first steps, which help to define your
programmatic identity and define your curricular design principles, and be
introduced to the next steps, which help you to identify and integrate
elements of the CS2023 recommendations that support your identity and
design principles, as well as implement curriculum changes and plan for
department evaluation and assessment.

We hope that you will be able to join us at one of these sessions.
Conference registration is required, but no additional registration or fees
apply to those attending the tutorial session.


   CCSC Midwest Conference <>, October 7-8,
   University of Wisconsin-Stout, Memomonie, Wisconsin.

   CCSC Eastern Conference <>,
   October 21-22, DeSales University, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.

   CCSC Northwestern Conference
   <>, November 4-5, Portland
   Community College, Portland, Oregon.

   CCSC Southeastern Conference
   <>, November 11-12,
   University of North Carolina-Asheville, Asheville, North Carolina.

James D. Teresco, Ph.D.
Professor of Computer Science, Siena College
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Siena College is a learning community advancing the ideals of a liberal
arts education, rooted in its identity as a Franciscan and Catholic

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