Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 49 (1):13-14 (2021)

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We have created a cross-institution activity to explore the outcomes of an Internationalization at Home initiative conducted to expose first year computer science students to the concept of computing for social good in an international context. In doing so we explore how differences in culture can influence students' perceptions and approaches to computing for social good.
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