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          ACM Conference on Supporting Groupwork (Group2014)
                      Working Papers (WoPs)

                       November 9-12, 2014
                  Sanibel Island, Florida, USA

              Submission deadline: April 11, 2014


For over 25 years, the Group conferences have showcased the work of
researchers and practitioners on the design, development, introduction,
management, deployment, and analysis of computer-based collaborative
systems, as well as explorations to determine the requirements for such
systems. A strong emphasis of GROUP conferences is to foster a discourse
on collaborative technology that bridges the fields of Computer Supported
Cooperative Work (CSCW) and Information Systems (IS), Technology Enhanced
Learning (TEL), and "Learning at the workplace” (CSCL@Work). Relevant
issues include the design, implementation, deployment, evaluation, and
impact of these systems as well as examinations of relevant research

This year group introduces a new contribution type: Working Papers (WoPs).
WoPs are contributions in which the authors are working towards a journal
submission and would like to discuss their work with their colleagues at
GROUP. Our goal is to broaden the conversations at GROUP, with a format
that may appeal to colleagues whose primary publications are in journals,
rather than conference papers.

WoPs will not published in the conference proceedings, but will
be distributed in a paper based conference supplement at the
GROUP conference for the attendees only. Therefore, you are free to seek
formal publication of draft journal submissions that appears in a WoP.
Working papers will be reviewed by the WoPs co-chairs and members of the
GROUP Program Committee. Authors will not be asked to do revisions; all
decisions will be made based on the submission "as-is”. We hope to offer
you a *lightweight* process, to expand the GROUP community and discussions.

Accepted WoPs, will be allocated a 10 min slot to present their work, with
the goal of prompting discussion among GROUP community about the the work,
supporting the authors moving the paper forward for the journal
publication. The primary acceptance criteria for WoPs is that the work be
interesting, fascinating, surprising, and have a high probability of
prompting good and interesting debates.


WoP submissions should be in the ECSCW proceedings template format
( Submissions, however, need
not to follow the citation style of ECSCW. This is to simplify submission
as WoP, but also to the intended journal. WoP submissions should be
approx. 12 pages in the ECSCW format. The page limit will, however, not be
enforced to allow authors to submit the most current version of their
future journal submission. WoP submissions have to be submitted to the
WoPs co-chairs at:

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Submission deadline

April 11, 2014

WoPs co-chairs
Stephan Lukosch, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Myriam Lewkowicz, Troyes University of Technology, France
Michael Muller, IBM Research, USA

Dr. rer. nat. Stephan G. Lukosch
Associate Professor
Delft University of Technology
Faculty of Technology, Policy, and Management
Systems Engineering Section
Postal address: PO box 5015, 2600 GA Delft
Visitors' address: Jaffalaan 5, 2628 BX Delft
P: +31 (0)15-2783403
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