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Madhu Reddy <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 2 Sep 2008 19:38:32 -0400
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	2008 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW
2008)             			  San Diego, California, 8-12
November 2008          				Sponsored by the ACM
Special Interest Group on
Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI)       

-- Registration -- 
It is time to register for CSCW 2008! This year's program contains a
growth in the diversity of topics, methods and technologies that support

Paper sessions include research covering emerging areas of collaboration
and collaborative systems such as Wikis & Wikipedia, Social Networking
Systems, Gaming, Health Informatics, and Deployments at Home. 

Interactive posters and demonstrations provide access to researchers and
practitioners who have submitted cutting edge ideas in collaborative
systems and research.
Panel sessions include discussion by leading thinkers on the topics of
Gaming, Ubiquitous Computing, and Enterprise 3.0 systems. 

Registration is now open at 

Remember to register by September 30th to get the best registration rate

-- Workshop Offerings -- 
CSCW 2008 still has opportunities for you to participate by submitting
to one of our exciting workshops. CSCW workshops will occur November 8th
& 9th; the weekend before the technical program begins. With two days of
workshop offerings we hope you can enjoy both some intellectual give &
take as well as the many opportunities in San Diego!  

Check out for a full
description of the available workshops. 

Saturday Workshops (November 8th, 2008) 
W1: Designing Future Mobile Software for Underserved Users 
W2: Beyond the Laboratory: Supporting Authentic Collaboration with
Multiple Displays 
W3: What to expect from Enterprise 3.0: Adapting Web 2.0 to Corporate
W4: Designing Cyberinfrastructure to Support Science 
W5: IFIP WG 9.1 Workshop on Changing Work, Changing Technology  

Sunday Workshops (November 9th, 2008) 
W6: Virtual Worlds, Collaboration, and Workplace Productivity
W7: Remix rooms: Redefining the smart conference room 
W8: Social Networking in Organizations 
W9: Supporting Distributed Team Work 
W10: CSCW and Human Factors - Where are we now and what are the
challenges? W11: Designing for Families 
W12: Tinkering, Tailoring, & Mashing: The Social and Collaborative
Practices of the Read-Write Web 
W13: The Tenth International Workshop on Collaborative Editing Systems 

See you in San Diego! 

David McDonald & Bo Begole 
Chairs, CSCW 2008 

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