The CC2020 project was charged with two main objectives, to produce a comprehensive report and a visualization tool to provide global guidance in an evolving computing environment as it affects computing baccalaureate degree programs worldwide. T he report is now in draft form and has undergone four rounds of review. The other goal of the CC2020 project is to develop a set of visualization-based tools that will help users to explore questions they may have concerning curricular guidelines, as well as local computing curricula. A visualization tool has been scoped and a prototype built. This special session will unveil the prototype for the SIGCSE community who will have the opportunity to view and review the tool. of float elements and bibliography nor metadata/copyright information is available. The sample document is provided in Draft mode and to view it in the final layout format, applying the required template is essential with some standard steps. These steps, which should require generation of the final output from the styled paper, are mentioned here in this paragraph. First, users have to run Reference Numbering from the Reference Elements menu; this is the first step to start the bibliography marking (it should be clicked while keeping the cursor at the beginning of the reference list). After the marking is complete, the reference element runs all the options under the Cross Linking menu.