4-7th October 2022
In 2022, tertiary education continues to undergo major changes, including the merger of ITPs into Te Pūkenga. The effects of the pandemic on education delivery are also here to stay. The conference covers, not only regular technology and education papers, workshops and panels, but also offers sessions to address the ongoing challenges and opportunities our education providers face. This is further enhanced with keynote speakers, social networking sessions, and participants from the industry. Each year, the conference is hosted in a different city. This year, we are pleased to welcome you at the Ara Institute of Canterbury main campus in Christchurch.
The 2022 CITRENZ Face-to-face Conference will be held on October 4 – 6, 2022 in Christchurch. This will be followed by a day of special CITRENZ and Te Pūkenga related workshops on October 7th. Authors are invited to submit abstracts, full papers, posters, panels and workshops for presentation and publication.
The theme for CITRENZ 2022 is: Unifying Educational Delivery and Collaborating Towards Technical Excellence. The proceedings will be indexed by Google Scholar. This is an opportunity for adding to your PBRF portfolios.
CITRENZ is the premiere computing education conference in New Zealand and spans all disciplines of computing and information technology education. While focusing on tertiary education, it also provides links from secondary education and further into the computing industry. The conference regularly attracts more than 100 attendees from all over New Zealand as well as international delegates. This conference is open to all educators, professionals, and researchers in the wider computing and information technology community.
Call for Papers, Posters, Panels and Workshops
This international conference welcomes new submissions in various categories including (but not limited to):
Editorially (non-peer) reviewed:
Papers in all the sub disciplines of the computing field, (Information Systems, Information Technology, Software Engineering, and Computer Science) are encouraged. We also welcome papers in the areas of social networking, work-integrated learning, agile development, online learning, mobile and cloud solutions, data analytics, internet of things, collaboration across Te Pūkenga providers, and innovative teaching practices since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please submit your paper proposal by 20 June, 2022. Paper proposals will be double-blind refereed by two reviewers. They will be selected for presentation at the conference and included in the proceedings (as published abstracts). A paper proposal outline is available here just to suggest some points to include. However, you will use the form in EasyChair (to be available soon) for making your paper proposal submission.
Authors of successful proposals will be notified by 7 July, 2022. Upon notification, you should register and prepare the presentation slides (of high quality) for the conference. At least one of the paper’s authors must be able to present the paper during the conference dates.
This track is intended for those who are seeking publication of full papers:
After acceptance, authors who are able to provide full papers are invited to submit by 8 August for peer-review. Feedback from the reviews will be given to the authors by 2 September.
Camera-ready papers will be returned by 19 September.
Completed papers should be between 3,000 and 5,000 words. The 2022 paper template (with the guidelines),
is available here
Editorially reviewed items
Proposals for workshops and panels will be considered by the editorial board and conference chairs. Criteria for acceptance will be the anticipated level of potential interest and relevance to the conference attendees. Posters are editorially reviewed and included in the proceedings. Acceptance criteria for posters are scholarship and relevance to conference attendees. The following items are submitted via EasyChair.
Please indicate in your abstract and/or title if your submission is one of the following types of items.
Posters are a concise summary of academic work. At least one author should register for the conference. Accepted posters will be displayed at the 2021 CITRENZ Conference. They are to be submitted in short paper structure, using the provided template by no later than 8 August, 2022. A poster template, with the guidelines, is available here
Ideas for Panels and offers to chair them may also be submitted for review by no later than 20 June, 2022. Panel chairs will be advised as soon as possible so they can arrange other participants and panel members.
Ideas and offers for Workshops may also be proposed. Workshops are to be scheduled within the regular conference dates. Offers and suggestions for Workshops should be submitted by no later than 20 June, 2022. Workshop presenters will be advised as soon as possible. When making an offer to run a workshop, please advise any special requirements you would have
If you have any specific questions or need help with submissions, you may email:
Papers and Workshops: Email Associate Professor Emre Erturk [email protected]
Panel Ideas and Posters: Email Dr Bernard Otinpong [email protected]