SIGGRAPH Conference Submission Option

ACM SIGGRAPH Education Resources

The ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee offers valuable online resources to the education community. Those submitting content to a SIGGRAPH conference (like you) can indicate on the submission form whether they like to be contacted about possible publication of their submission to the Education Committee website.

cgSource_s.pngWe have ongoing efforts to collect and publish materials of value to Computer Graphics and Digital Arts educators and professionals in cgSource. These materials are not formally peer reviewed, but can be publicly reviewed and rated by the community at large. Before publication, materials are evaluated on basic criteria, like whether the content is appropriate, of sufficient technical quality, and expected of value to educators.

When you submit, you have the option of indicating interest in being contacted about your submission, regardless of whether your submission to the conference is selected for inclusion in the conference. There are two options:

  1. Should this submission to the SIGGRAPH conference NOT be selected for inclusion in the conference, you may opt-in to have your submitted materials forwarded to the ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee for consideration.
  2. Should this submission to the SIGGRAPH conference BE selected for inclusion in the conference, congratulations! You will have the opportunity to publish additional materials, to be released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license, on the ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee website. These materials should not conflict with the conference-accepted materials that are to be published by the ACM Digital Library. Materials can be submitted through this google form.

CGEMS_LogoIn addition, there is always the opportunity to submit materials to CGEMS,  a peer-reviewed online repository publishing curricula, course modules and syllabi, lab notes, problem sets, teaching gems, and student work.