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CC2007 - EXTENDED DEADLINE

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CREATIVITY & COGNITION 2007
Seeding Creativity: Tools, Media, and Environments

June 13-15, 2007 Washington DC, USA
http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/CC2007/

Sponsored by ACM SIGCHI
Industry Sponsors include IBM, Microsoft, SAP and Google
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IMPORTANT DATES
*** Submission deadline: December 22, 2006 (Full papers and 
Demonstration Proposals) ***  (EXTENDED!)
Author notification: February 19, 2007
Final formatted papers due: March 19, 2007

We cordially invite submissions to the 6th Creativity and Cognition
Conference (CC2007), sponsored by the Association for Computing
Machinery's (ACM) Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction
(SIGCHI).  Submissions are invited for:

  - Full papers (up to 10 pages)
  - Proposals for demonstrations (up to 4 pages)
  - Workshop proposals (up to 4 pages)
  - Applications to the Graduate Student Symposium (up to 4 pages)
  - Proposals for tutorials (up to 10 pages)

We focus on creativity support tools for individual, group, and social
creativity, bridging among technology, science and arts to find common
themes for user interface and new media design, and producing rigorous
research with innovative designs and carefully conceived evaluations.

We welcome contributions from researchers, developers, practitioners,
and policy-makers in many fields, including: computer and information
scientists; diverse scientists, engineers, and architects; product,
graphic, and interaction designers; writers, musicians, and new media
artists; creative practitioners, corporate leaders, and educators;
social scientists, ethnographers, and anthropologists.

The conference will feature two elegant evening receptions at the
National Academy of Sciences and Corcoran Gallery of Art to celebrate
the dialogue among technology, science, and arts.

CONFERENCE THEMES
The general focus of the conference is about cultivating and sustaining
creativity: understanding how to design and evaluate computational
support tools, digital media, and sociotechnical environments that not
only empower our creative process and abilities, but also encourage and
nurture creative mindsets and lifestyles. Topics appropriate for
submissions include, but are not limited to:

- Principles for interface, interaction & software design
- Empirical evaluations by quantitative and qualitative methods
- In-depth case studies and ethnographic analyzes
- Reflective accounts of individual and collaborative practice
- Educational and training methods to encourage creativity with 
novel interfaces
- Social mechanisms in support of creative communities and collaboratories
- Emerging technologies, media, and approaches in the arts and 
creative practices
- Transdisciplinary methods and collaboration models


CREATIVITY & COGNITION 2007
June 13-15, 2007 Washington DC, USA
http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/CC2007/

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