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DEADLINE EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 7

Submit an instructable (http://www.instructables.com) to participate  
in this workshop on Do-It-Yourself (DIY) communities and CHI.

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION/CALL FOR INSTRUCTABLES: CHI 2009 Workshop:
DIY for CHI: Methods, Communities, and Values of Reuse and Customization
Workshop at the 2009 ACM Computer Human Interaction (CHI) conference
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Workshop Day: April 5, 2009, all day
full call here: http://people.ischool.berkeley.edu/~daniela/diy/

What do glitter and glue, needles and thread, batteries and wires have  
to do with CHI? What do makers and crafters have to teach us about the  
world, ourselves, and technology? Where can CHI researchers engage  
with the rise of professional amateur Do-It-Yourself (DIY)  
practitioners? This workshop provides an active playspace for these  
communities to come together in making, building, and hacking  
technologies and ideas. DIY encompasses a range of design activities  
that have become increasingly prominent in online discussion forums  
and blogs, in addition to a small-but-growing presence in professional/ 
research forums such as CHI. Come prepared to disassemble, smash,  
break, cut, glue, sew, solder, re-assemble, and get dirty as we create  
our DIY future. The workshop will be focusing on DIY communities, DIY  
methods, and DIY values and goals through a series of hands-on and  
participatory DIY exercises and explorations.

We invite submissions in the form of instructables (see website above  
for submission details).  See you in Boston in April!

ORGANIZERS
	Leah Buechley - MIT Media Lab
	Eric Paulos - HCI Institute Carnegie Mellon University
	Daniela Rosner - School of Information, UC Berkeley
	Amanda Williams - School of Information and Computer Sciences, UC  
Irvine

IMPORTANT DATES
	Submission deadline: 7th November 2008
	Notification: 28th November 2008
	Workshop: 5th April 2009

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