Call for Education Papers
The scope of the track includes topics in education concerned with computer graphics and related areas, relevant teaching/classroom experience, as well as assignments for use in these subject areas. We invite authors to submit papers, panels and outstanding student projects specifically related but not limited to the following topics:
- Teaching Computer Graphics courses to diverse audiences.
- Teaching related areas such as Visualisation, Animation, VR/AR/XR, 3D printing, Game Development.
- Designing and teaching online and hybrid courses in the areas mentioned above.
- Enabling and exploiting visual tools and techniques to teach in other disciplines.
- Promoting undergraduate research in Computer Graphics.
We invite authors to submit their contributions that fall into one of the following categories:
- Regular papers[max. 8 pages]
describing the experience of educators in the fields listed above, bringing ideas on how to make the education process more efficient and interesting, attracting students to further research work, discussing innovative opportunities, etc. Whenever possible, we encourage authors to provide evidence of their effectiveness.
- (Catching) assignments[max. 4 pages]
explaining real assignments, providing examples of handouts and starter codes and examples of student works. Explanations and descriptions of when and how to implement and facilitate the assignments in a semester (e.g., orchestration details) are highly recommended. Providing a description of the assessment method is also suggested. Authors may provide all relevant artifacts as supplementary materials during submission, and agree to provide access to them online upon acceptance.
- Outstanding student projects(individual or group) [max. 2 pages]
should describe the learning context for the project and show how the student(s) brought creativity to their work. Upon acceptance, authors are expected to demonstrate the project during their presentation.
The best regular papers will be recommended to the editors of prestigious journals in the field, Computer Graphics Forum, Computers and Graphics, and IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications, who may invite the authors of these papers to submit extended versions to their journals.
- Jan 22, 2024: Submission deadline
- Feb 26, 2024: Notification to authors
- Mar 15, 2024: Camera-ready
* All deadlines are at 23:59 UTC.
Anonymous submissions must be formatted according to the Eurographics Author’s guidelines. Submissions will be made electronically through the Eurographics Submission and Review Management (SRMv2) system and are subject to a review process.
The submission deadline for education papers is January 22, 2024.
Eurographics 2024 Education Paper Chairs
- Beatriz Sousa Santos, University of Aveiro, Portugal
- Eike Falk Andersen, NCCA, Bournemouth University, UK
For any questions, do not hesitate to contact the education program co-chairs via firstname.lastname@example.org