Welcome to Snap!Con 2022! 🎉
Snap!Con will use zoom as the primary platform for all sessions. We'll be ohyay for the social events. Both tools can be used directly from your browser, but Zoom works best if you download the application beforehand.
Technology Notes 🖥
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For four days educators, researchers, makers and enthusiasts of Snap! from all over the world will gather online to share ideas, experiences, schemes and artifacts around the joy and beauty of computing. Come and join us! Show us your project, engage in lively demos, discussions, talks, and panels.
Conference schedule as a Google Docs spreadsheet
The Conference will take place online from Thursday, August 4 to Sunday, August 7, 2022. There will be five hours of program for each of the four days of the conference, with breaks in between.
We are accepting submissions for 'Show Your Project' and 'Birds of a Feather' sessions!
Computer Science and Mathematics transform how we learn, work and interact with each other. Programming a computer is not just a vocational skill but an act of intellectual emancipation and a medium for self-expression. We invite you to join us for a celebration of creative coding.
Organized by members of the Snap_!_ visual programming language community, the conference welcomes contributions from computing education enthusiasts, K-12 teachers, informal coding club facilitators, programming language-makers, curriculum designers, college professors, MOOCistas, circuit-board solderers, digital artists, computing ethics activists: this is for you! We look forward to hearing your story.
The conference will be online, but we are considering dipping our toes into the post-covid era by making it hybrid, with physical gatherings in Berkeley and in Germany. If you're interested in attending physically, please fill out the survey at https://snapcon.org as soon as possible!
### Call for Proposals
We invite participation by current or potential Snap_!_ users, teachers, researchers or developers. Topics:
- Teaching and learning computer science
- Teaching and learning mathematics
- Teaching and learning, period
- Extensions to Snap_!_
- Attracting independent learners
For an interactive and interesting conference, we’d love to see more (live) demos and (short) discussions, and fewer slides. We welcome several modes of participation:
- Open-our-eyes Lightning talks (5 min)
- Show us your project (3 min)
- Impactful Talks (15 min)
- Powerful Panels (60 min)
- Community-gathering Birds-of-a-Feather sessions (30 min)
- Interactive Workshops (60 min)
If you propose a workshop, we’ll require a detailed agenda showing how you’re going to engage the audience to participate. We can’t wait to see what you’re doing!