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Paper proposals are due in less than a month.

7th Annual Symposium on Communicating Complex Information (SCCI)
February 26-27, 2018
East Carolina University
Greenville NC

Paper and panel proposals due October 15, 2017
Poster proposal due January 15, 2018


For the full call for papers:
http://workshop.design4complexity.com/

SCCI explores how the design and presentation of complex
information affects how humans use it. Information complexity
arises from the inherent relationships between context,
content, and people using the information. SCCI seeks to
examine these relationships by exploring how design and
content choices influence people’s behavior when they interact
with complex information in different contexts.

SCCI is of interest to fields as diverse as computer science,
visual design, technical communication, mass communication,
communication studies, and library sciences.

This year SCCI includes a special half-day session focused on
the complexities of healthcare information. Contact Kirk St.
Amant   ([log in to unmask])  for information about
submitting to that track.

Keynote address: Karen Schriver


For more information
      Contact: Michael Albers ([log in to unmask]).

This symposium sponsored in part by
      East Carolina University
      Louisiana Tech University
      ACM SIGDOC
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Dr. Michael J. Albers
Technical and Professional Writing
Department of English
Mailstop 555
East Carolina University
Greenville NC  27858-4353

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