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****Call for Participation****

CHI 2018 Workshop - Untold Stories: Working with Third Sector Organizations

This one-day workshop seeks to encourage researcher discussion on how
HCI research is performed in collaboration with Third Sector
Organizations (non-profits, service providers, and movements that
exist independently from government and (for-profit) private

*Key Dates*
- Early Submission: January 15th
- Final Submission: February 2nd
- Workshop: April 22nd (Sunday) @ CHI 2018, Montréal

*Workshop Structure*
1) Group reflections of researcher experiences when working in or with
TSOs to explore ethical and pragmatic tensions. Collaborations will be
discussed in terms of their impact on (a) the third sector, (b) the
research, and (c) the researchers.
2) Produce an initial draft of a Code of Good Practice that will
inform further work in this space.

*How to Participate*
We welcome submissions in both creative formats (+short bio) and short
papers written in the SIGCHI Extended Abstract format (max. 3 pages +
references + short bio). Submissions should address one or more of the
below topics and should be sent to [log in to unmask]

1) Reflections of personal experiences of working in this space,
2) Critiques of methodologies and methods that are used when working
or engaging with TSOs, and/or
3) Any other factors, impacts, or outcomes that arise from engagement
with TSOs that the authors feel are important to address, but are not
necessarily named here.

Admittance will be on the basis of workshop relevance, and the
potential of contribution to discussions, as reviewed by the workshop
organizers. If accepted, we require that at least one author of the
paper attends the workshop, who must also register for at least one
day of the conference. We ask accepted participants to prepare two
slides (one about themselves and one on their research) for the
introductory presentations.

*More Info*

*Workshop Organizers*
Angelika Strohmayer, Newcastle University
Matthew Marshall, Newcastle University
Nitya Verma, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis
Chris Bopp, University of Colorado Boulder
Róisín McNaney, Lancaster University
Amy Voida, University of Colorado Boulder
David Kirk, Northumbria University
Nic Bidwell, Universities of Namibia and Pretoria

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