Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education

SIGSCE 2008
March 12-15, 2008 • Portland, Oregon, USA

Exhibitors & Supporters

The Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM SIGCSE) is a community of approximately 2,600 people whom, in addition to their specialization within computing, have a strong interest in the quality of computing education. The SIGCSE Symposium is the flagship conference of the organization and is regularly attended by approximately 1,300 people. Conference attendees seek new ideas, textbooks to support their courses, and materials to improve the effectiveness of their teaching. Course-related software and hardware systems are of great interest. With increased pressure to pursue distance learning and asynchronous learning, attendees will want to find out about innovations in web authoring tools and class management systems.

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Conference Support Opportunity Descriptions: Click here to see more details on all levels of support.

Platinum Gold Silver Event Support In Kind Donations Vendor Sessions Exhibit Schedule & Booth Details

Members of the SIGCSE community appreciate all of our supporters, including the following:

Platinum Supporters ($20,000)
Google logo Intel: Leap Ahead logo Web Home of Microsoft Sun Logo

Gold Supporter ($15,000) In Kind Donations

Cisco logo
Microsoft

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Conference Bag (photo above)

Computers for "CS Kids 4 Fun"
Onsite Kids Care and Activities

Turing's Craft
Student Volunteer T-shirts


Pearson
Symposium Badge Lanyards


Jones and Bartlett
Symposium Post-It Note Paper


Confirmed Exhibitors
  • AccessComputing (DO-IT)
  • ACM SIGAda
  • ACM-W: Women in Computing
  • Auburn University - jGRASP
  • Cisco
  • ClearSky Systems
  • CUR: Council on Undergraduate Research
  • CAHSI: Computing Alliance of Hispanic-Serving Institutions
  • CDC: Coalition to Diversify Computing
  • College Board/ETS
  • Course-Technology, Cengage Learning
  • CRA-W: Women in Computing Research
  • CRC Press-Taylor and Francis
  • ELA: Empowering Leadership Alliance
  • EMC Corporation
  • Google
  • IPRE: Institute for Personal Robotics in Education
  • Intel
  • InterSystems Cache' Campus
  • John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • Jones and Bartlett
  • LIKES: Living in the KnowlEdge Society
  • McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • Microsoft
  • Morgan Kaufmann/Elsevier
  • NCWIT: National Center for Women & Information Technology
  • NSF: National Science Foundation
  • Pearson: Addison-Wesley
  • Pearson: Prentice Hall
  • RidgeSoft, LLC
  • SIGCSE 2009: Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • Springer
  • STARS: Students and Technology in Academia, Research, and Service
  • SUN Microsystems
  • The MIT Press
  • Turing's Craft
  • Zayed University

Questions?
Please contact Dorothea Heck, CMP, CEM
Account Manager, D. Lawrence Planners, LLC
SIGCSE Exhibition Management
1125 Atlantic Avenue STE 634, Atlantic City, NJ 08401
tel. 609.344.1333 | fax. 609.348.4433
cse@gomeeting.com | dheck@dlplan.com