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Wed, 28 Mar 2007 12:13:28 -0700
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ACM-Group 2007: International Conference on Supporting Group Work
November, 4 - 7th, 2007, at: Sanibel Island, FL, USA

Submission Deadline: May, 21

GROUP ’07 is interested in topics related to computer-based systems that
have an impact on groups, organizations and social networks . A strong
emphasis of GROUP ’07 is to foster a discourse on collaborative
technology that bridges the fields of Computer Supported Cooperative
Work (CSCW) and Information Systems (IS). Relevant issues include the
design, implementation, deployment, evaluation, and impact of these
systems as well as examinations of relevant research methodologies.

GROUP ‘07 seeks to bring together researchers and practitioners from
different areas working on the development, introduction, management,
deployment, and analysis of computer-based collaborative systems. We
particularly encourage submissions and participation from industry.

Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

*Organizational and Social Issues:*

    * Experiences with the computing applications that support group or
      organizational processes
    * Organizational Change and its relationship to Information Technologies
    * Understanding and modelling of groups or organizations
    * Strategies and solutions for the integration of emerging Internet
    * New computer-enabled forms of organization
    * Distributed work in outsourcing and off-shoring settings
    * Digital communities: experiences and evaluation
    * Collaboratories and distributed scientific work
    * Organizational re-use of information
    * Appropriation processes and technical support
    * Impacts of wireless, mobile and wearable technologies on
      cooperative work
    * New forms of Internet behavior, including peer-to-peer, blogs, and
      social network-based systems
    * New forms of education, entertainment and social relations based
      on cooperation technologies
    * Social aspects of globally distributed computing and new
      cooperative work technologies

*Technical and Implementation Issues:*

    * Organizational computing systems and infrastructure
    * Innovative groupware solutions and technologies
    * Coordination and workflow technology
    * Collaborative components in standard IT systems, such as ERP or
      CAD systems
    * Communityware and Social Software
    * Cooperative knowledge management, organizational learning and
      organizational memory
    * Tailorability and End User Developments
    * Highly flexible architectures, such as service- and
      component-based systems
    * Innovative forms of human-computer interaction for cooperative

Prof. Dr. Volker Wulf
Stanford University, Management Science and Engineering
Center for Work, Technology, and Organization
Terman 421, 380 Panama Way, Stanford, CA 94305-4026
Tel:. 1-650-724-0037, Email: [log in to unmask]
on leave from:
Institute for Information Systems, University of Siegen and
Fraunhofer FIT, Sankt Augustin, Germany

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