We sent out this email today to all SIGCSE attendees, but posting it here in case there are folks in Seattle who want to come to the meetup, or are curious about what the Education team is up to
Here’s the full roster of events and sessions at SIGCSE 2017 this week in Seattle.
Thursday & Friday: Hands-on GitHub and GitHub Classroom Sessions
We’ll be offering two types of hands-on demonstrations for teachers. If you’re attending SIGCSE, sign up through the email sent from us in your inbox
Introduction to GitHub at SIGCSE (45 minutes) A hands-on introduction to the basics of GitHub, facilitated by GitHub Education Liaison John Britton.
Introduction to GitHub Classroom at SIGCSE (45 minutes) An overview of how GitHub Classroom works. You’ll come away with an efficient workflow that helps students master real-world tools.
Thursday 6-9PM: Meetup at Tap House Grill
Join us for drinks, snacks, billiards, and all things GitHub. We’d love to see you there.
Tap House Grill, 1506 6th Ave (Between Pike and Pine), just a two minute walk from the conference.
Friday: Pizza Party for Student Volunteers
We’re proud to sponsor Friday’s dinner from 5-7PM to show our appreciation for SIGCSE’s student volunteers. Thanks for your help with the conference!
Saturday: How Harvard, SFSU, and TCNJ use GitHub
In this panel, three professors will share how they used GitHub for their courses. You’ll come away with advice on the best way to implement GitHub in your course, whether it’s a 100-level survey with 200 students, or a project-based capstone course.
- @Omarasifshaikh Omar Shaikh (SFSU) GitHub + Travis CI for automated grading
- David Malan (Harvard) Custom tools for CS50
- S. Monisha Pulimood (TCNJ) Collaborating on real-world projects
All week: Visit the booth (Exhibition Hall 112-114)
We’ll be there in full effect. Come by for a demonstration, ask questions, and grab stickers and other goodies for your students.