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Marcus Carter <[log in to unmask]>
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Marcus Carter <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 6 Sep 2015 23:23:04 +0000
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Dear Colleagues,

We are seeking additional volunteers to assist us with a RECORD NUMBER of short paper submissions to the 2015 ozCHI conference. This year we are also awarding a best reviewer prize (details below) to recognize the contribution of reviewers to the success of the conference.

We will greatly appreciate it if you can volunteer your time to review by creating an account on Precision Conference System, and nominating the number of papers you are prepared to review:

Once logged in, click 'Reviewing Preferences' > 'Reviewing Categories' to nominate how many short papers you are prepared to review.

Paper bidding is currently open, giving you the opportunity to nominate your review preferences.

Timeline (all deadlines at midnight, GMT+9)
       Friday 4th September: Deadline for Short Paper submission.
       Sat 5th -  Monday 7th  September: You will be able to bid for preferred papers to review.
       Tuesday 8th September: You will receive allocated papers to review.
       Wednesday 23rd September: Return of reviews to us, giving you TWO WEEKS to review.

This year, the four best reviewers for OZCHI 2015 will be awarded a best reviewer prize, with recipients listed in the conference proceedings. This will be judged by the Long & Short Paper Chairs based on the criteria that reviews provide:

       Clear short summaries of what papers contain (a sentence or two)
       Valuable comments on strengths, likely to be in terms of expression, theoretical significance, relevance, quality of evidence and arguments, conclusions and implications.
       Constructive comments on gaps and shortcomings, concerning the same attributes.

Many thanks for your help in reviewing!

Marcus Carter & Martin Gibbs (Short Paper Chairs)
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