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  • UK Computing Research Committee

    UKCRC is an expert panel of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the BCS for computing research in the UK.
    Its members are leading computing researchers from academia and industry.
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    Computing in Schools: the state of the nation

    Digital technology is everywhere. Our young people should be educated not only in the application and use of digital technology, but also in how it works, and its foundational principles. Lacking such knowledge renders them powerless in the face of complex and opaque technology, disenfranchises them from making informed decisions about the digital society, and deprives the UK of a well-qualified stream of students enthusiastic and able to envision and design new digital systems.

    PDF Computing at School: the state of the nation (330 k) Updated January 2010


    UKCRC Briefing Notes

    UKCRC has produced a number of briefing notes that articulate the message that the UK Computing Research Committee wishes to communicate to various key audiences such as government and policy makers, the academic community, and the general public.


    New Guidelines for Applications to UKCRC

    The Membership Committee has produced new guidelines for joining UKCRC, in the form of Frequently Asked Questions. There is a new upper limit on the number of words expected in the applicant's case (up to 2000 rather than 2-300 words). 


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