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>            Call for Papers
>  GROUP '03 International Conference on
>       Supporting Group Work
>          November 9-12, 2003
>       Sanibel Island, FL USA
> 
> GROUP '03 is interested in topics related to computer-based
> systems that have an impact on groups, organizations and social
> networks.  A strong emphasis of GROUP '03 is the integration
> of multiple computer-based tools and technologies.  Relevant
> issues include the design, implementation, deployment,
> evaluation, research methodologies, and impact of these
> systems.
> 
> GROUP'03 is sponsored by the Association for Computing
> Machinery's Special Interest Group on Supporting Group Work
> (ACM SIG GROUP).
> 
> http://www.acm.org/siggroup/conferences/group03
> 
> Scope
> 
> GROUP '03 attempts to integrate two themes of research: the
> organizational and behavioral issues and the modeling and
> implementation issues associated with group work.  It brings
> together researchers and practitioners from different areas
> working on the development, introduction, management,
> deployment, and analysis of computer-based systems supporting
> group work within organizations.  We particularly encourage
> submissions and participation from industry.  Suggested topics
> include but are not limited to:
> 
> Social Impact Issues:
> -Experiences with the computing systems applications that
> support group or organizational processes
> -New forms of education, entertainment and social relations
> based on cooperation technologies
> -Understanding and modeling of groups or organizations
> - Strategies and solutions for the combination or integration
> of the emerging Internet businesses
> - Social aspects of globally distributed computing and new
> cooperative work technologies
> - Digital communities: experiences and evaluation
> -Impacts of wireless, mobile and wearable technologies on
> cooperative work
> -Qualitative analyses of cooperative work
> 
> Technical Implementation Issues:
> - Organizational computing systems and infrastructure
> - New groupware solutions and technologies
> - Computer-supported collaboration and negotiation
> - Coordination and workflow technology
> - Cooperative knowledge management, organizational
> learning and organizational memory
> - Cooperation technologies for education, entertainment and
> social life
> - Innovative forms of human-computer interaction for
> cooperative technologies
> 
> Submission categories
> 
> Submissions to the conference can be in the form of papers,
> demonstrations, workshops, or tutorials.   Accepted papers will
> be published in the ACM Press Conference Proceedings and the
> ACM Digital Library.
> 
> Papers
> 
> Paper submission on original research or industrial papers on
> any of the conference topics are invited.  Research papers should
> make clear the novel aspects of work they present, and their
> contribution to the development of system for supporting
> groups, organizations or social networks.  Industrial papers
> should describe technical or key business issues in applying
> group technology.  Please reference the web site for details in
> the spring.
> 
> Workshops
> 
> Workshops provide an informal and focused environment for
> the information exchange and discussion of Group related
> topics. A workshop proposal should contain a title, aim and
> objective, intended participants and workshop description. It
> should also specify the maximum number of participants, the
> planned duration (half-day/full-day) and the audio/visual
> equipment needed. Workshops will take place on Nov. 9th.
> 
> Tutorials
> 
> The tutorial program will offer the opportunity to learn about
> concepts, methods, systems, and techniques for specific aspects
> of supporting group work. Experts on any field of the
> conference scope are encouraged to submit a tutorial proposal. 
> The proposal should contain a title, aim and objectives, content
> outline, intended audience and description of the qualification> 
> and expertise of the instructors.  In addition it should also
> specify the maximum number of participants, the planned
> duration (half-day, full-day) and the audio/visual equipment
> needed.  Tutorials will take place on Nov. 9th.
> 
> More detailed information about paper format and electronic
> submission can be found at the conference web site after
> April 1.
> 
> Important Dates
> 
> All submissions must arrive:  June 1, 2003 at 2400 GMT
> Notification of acceptance:  July 15, 2003
> Camera ready paper due:   Aug 15, 2003
> Conference dates:  Nov. 9-12, 2003
> 
> Conference Committee
> 
> Conference Co-Chairs:   Kjeld Schmidt and Mark Pendergast
> Program Co-Chairs:  Marilyn Tremaine and Carla Simone
> Workshop Chair: Kjeld Schmidt
> Tutorials Chair:  Gloria Mark
> Registration Chair: Nancy Ashley
> Program Committee:  Allan Krebs
> 
> Conference website : http://www.acm.org/siggroup/conferences/group03
> 
> Dr Mark Pendergast
> CIS Department, Florida Gulf Coast University
> 

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