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Andruid Kerne <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 3 May 2012 19:58:21 -0500
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Workshop: Evaluation Methods for Creativity Support Environments
Design, Computing, and Cognition 2012

6 June
College Station, Texas

We seek to gather the community of researchers designing, developing, and
evaluating Creativity support environments (CSEs), to share approaches,
engage in dialogue, and develop best practices. We seek papers and
presentations that develop in-depth methods for CSE evaluation. Methods
must be explained with sufficient clarity and detail that others can apply
them. They should be grounded by showing how they have been applied in the
study of particular CSEs. Authors should motivate the types of CSEs for
which a particular evaluation method is well-suited.

Papers should be 2-4 pages long, formatted in DCC Format. The best papers
will be invited for presentation in 10 minute slots, with 5 minutes
discussion for each. Other papers may be invited for presentation as

Program Chairs
Andruid Kerne, Texas A&M University Interface Ecology Lab

Celine Latulipe, UNC Charlotte

General Chairs
Andrew Webb, Texas A&M University Interface Ecology Lab

Erin Carroll, UNC Charlotte

Program Committee
Mary Czerwinski, Microsoft Research

Steven M. Smith, Texas A&M University

Mary Lou Maher, University of Maryland HCIL

Jill Fantauzzacoffin, Georgia Tech

David A. Shamma, Yahoo! Research

Brian Bailey, UIUC

andruid kerne, ph.d.
director, interface ecology lab
associate professor, department of computer science and engineering
texas a&m university                   979.862.3684 fax
college station, tx 77843-3112

Interfaces are the multidimensional border zones through which the
interdependent relationships of people, activities, codes, components,
and systems are constituted. Interface ecology investigates the
dynamic interactions of media, cultures, and disciplines that
flow through interfaces.

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