The 2022 CPHC Conference is due to be held on Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st April 2022 at the University of Bath.
We are hoping this will be a welcome return to a physical event, with the usual sets of conference sessions, AGM, workshops and networking opportunities, including the conference meal with keynote speaker, after 2 years of virtual conferences, but are also preparing for a virtual event if circumstances dictate this. Details of the event and how to register will be posted early in the new year.
Following the establishment of the small-grant “Special Projects” scheme, organised by the Learning Development Group (LDG), we are delighted to announce details of the first Awards made following the deadline in September 2021.
The next deadline is Thursday 31 March 2022 – see further information.
CPHC has just published the report Schools and universities, how do they work together to support the teaching and learning of computing? undertaken with the Computing at Schools (CAS) Research & Universities Working Group
The winner and runners-up of the CPHC/BCS Distinguished Dissertation award for 2020 have been announced and details of the commended dissertations may be found here.
Information about the Competition may be found here.
We are pleased to announce the establishment of a small-grant “Special Projects” scheme, organised by the Learning Development Group (LDG) .
Colleagues are invited to propose projects focussed on the investigation and introduction of new ideas in the learning and teaching of computing that offer clear benefit to the wider UK disciplinary community: projects are limited to a maximum of £5,000.
The first deadline is 30th September 2021 – see further information.