Just wanted to send out a reminder that GROUP 2014 papers are due next Thursday.
ACM Group 2014 Publicity Co-Chair
Call for Participation: ACM Group 2014
The ACM Group Conference will take place 9-12 November 2014, on Sanibel Island, Florida.
For over 25 years, the ACM International Conference on Supporting Group Work is a premier venue for research on Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), and Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) and Socio-Technical Studies (STS). GROUP 2014 continues the tradition of being truly international in both organizational structure as well as participants, and key for the program is to encourage and facilitate researchers within HCI, CSCW, CSCL, TEL, STS to interact across disciplinary interest. We are open for a plurality of research communities and different methods, and are looking forward to the latest findings within broad areas such as technology, society, and human interaction in different types of work practices and learning including formal organizations, home, healthcare, and leisure.
GROUP14 provides different venues with different types of interaction between presenter and audience. Sessions are a key start for communicating your research. We offer informal breaks, lunch and dinner to continue networking. Get involved in Group’s intellectual community!
5 venues with different types of interaction
a) Papers - The papers venue provides 30 minutes to present and interact with the audience. Accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings and ACM Digital Library.
b) Working papers - Authors of WoPs will get a 10 minutes slot to present and initiate conversation with attendees. The goal is to launch potential conversations that improve the working paper.
c) Posters/Demos - Posters and demos are an interactive opportunity. Posters and Demos are presented during a reception with the opportunity for attendees to focus on specific poster/demo topics. As well, the audience will vote on the TOP 3.
d) Workshop proposals - Workshops provide an informal and focused environment for the information exchange and discussion of Group related topics. We offer half or full day workshop venues.
e) Doctoral Colloquium - It provides a forum for sharing ongoing Ph.D. projects of participants who wish to join the competitively advanced Ph.D. students with distinguished faculty for mentoring and feedback.
13 February 2014 - paper submissions.
Please find further information on our website, deadlines for all types of submission and how to submit your work.
The different co-chairs will help you with your questions.
Supporting group work;
Emerging technologies in work, home, leisure, entertainment
Emerging technologies in education
Organizational issues of technology design, use, or adaptation:
Theoretical concepts about key concepts relevant for CSCW, HCI, CSCL;
Cross-cultural collaboration, Technology-Enhanced Learning;
Learning at the workplace (CSCL at work);
Social computing and contexts of collaboration;
Mobile and wearable technologies in collaboration
New forms of internet behavior, Social Media and MOOCs
Computer supported collaborative learning
Global collaboration, Online communities
Strategies for business use of technology
Innovative collaborative technologies
Technical architectures supporting collaboration
New tool/toolkits for collaborative technologies
Coordination and workflow technology
Cooperative knowledge management
Innovative forms of human computer interaction for cooperative technologies
Socio-technical studies of computing
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ACM Group 2014 Team
Marcela Borge, Ph.D.
The College of Information Sciences and Technology
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802-3857
Ph: (814) 865-1045
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