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"Daniel D. Suthers" <[log in to unmask]>
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Daniel D. Suthers
Wed, 30 Jun 2004 19:15:33 -1000
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This conference deals with foundational issues in computer support
for collaboration, so should be of interest to the CSCW community,
not just those working on educational applications. -- D.S.
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Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) 2005:
The next 10 years!
Taipei, Taiwan
May 30-June 4, 2005

The CSCL conference has become an internationally-recognized
forum for the exchange of research findings related to learning
in the context of collaborative activity and the exploration of
how such learning might be augmented through technology.

CSCL 2005 marks the 10 year anniversary of the first CSCL
Conference held at Indiana University in 1995. Subsequent
meetings have been held at the University of Toronto, Stanford,
University of Maastricht (Netherlands), University of Colorado at
Boulder, and the University of Bergen (Norway). CSCL 2005 will be
held in Taipei, Taiwan, a bustling international city that brings
together ancient cultural traditions with a commitment to world
leadership in advancing technology.

This anniversary of the first conference is an excellent
opportunity to reflect both on where we have been and where we
need to go as a growing field of inquiry. Just as the first
meeting was instrumental in shaping the trajectory of the field,
the conference in Taipei will play an important role in
consolidating an increasingly international and interdisciplinary
community and defining the direction of the field for the next 10

Researchers, designers, educators, and students from all relevant
disciplines are invited to participate, including anthropology,
cognitive, social and educational psychology, communication
studies, computer science, design, didactics, education,
linguistics and semiotics, philosophy of education, sociology,
and subject matter specialties.

All accepted submissions will be submitted and published as
either full papers or short papers. Papers will be assigned to
presentation formats as described below:

Full Papers: 8-10 pages. Suitable for mature work. Papers that
  address a broad audience, and in particular those that help set
  the programmatic agenda of CSCL for the next 10 years, will be
  assigned plenary presentations. Papers of equal quality that
  address a more specialized audience will be assigned to
  parallel paper sessions.

Short Papers: 2-3 pages. Suitable for work that is significant
  yet is either still in progress or does not require a long
  format to report. Authors will give a brief presentation,
  followed by the author's choice of a small group demonstration,
  interactive poster, further presentation, or any combination of
  the foregoing.

Additionally, Doctoral Consortium participants and organizers of
Interactive Events, Panels, Tutorials, and Workshops will each be
allocated 2-3 pages in the proceedings.

Based on reviewer and participant recommendations, select full
papers will be nominated to develop extended versions to the
newly formed International Journal of Computer Supported
Collaborative Learning. There will also be a prize for best
student full paper.


  15 November 2004: Full and Short Papers due.

  15 December 2004: Doctoral Consortium, Interactive
     Event, Panel, and Workshop proposals due.

  15 January 2005: Notification to Authors and Event
     Organizers for all of the above submissions.

  15 February 2005: Final versions of accepted papers due.

   1 March 2005: Demonstration (without paper), Exhibitor,
     and Workshop participant submissions due.

   1 April 2005: Demonstrator, Exhibitor, and Workshop
     participant authors notified. (Earlier submission and
     notification available on request for those requiring
     more time for planning.)

  30 May 2005 - 4 June 2005: Conference in Taipei.

Conference Chair: Tak-Wai Chan,
Program Co-Chairs: Dan Suthers and Timothy Koschmann

Conference web site:
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