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*** CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS ***

*Persuasive Technology 2018, Waterloo, Canada
**http://www.persuasive2018.org/submission/
<http://www.persuasive2018.org/submission/>*

The Persuasive Technology 2018 Workshops provide avenues for attendees with
common interests to exchange and discuss their ideas about a particular
topic that would contribute to advancing the field of Persuasive Technology
in general. They provide an opportunity for interactive discussions that
would move the field forward and facilitate community building around a
particular topic of interest. Persuasive workshops might address any aspect
of persuasive technology as highlighted on the conference page.

Approved workshops will be announced on the website. They will take place
during a half- or full-day session before the conference, on April 17th,
2018. Apart from the physical and virtual space in the workshop venue, all
aspects of tutorials and workshops are the responsibility of the session’s
organizers (e.g. adjunct proceedings, schedule, review, promotion,
supporting material).

*Submission Format*: Springer LNCS format (no more than 4 pages), including
Background, Organizers, Link to Website, Workshop Structure, Anticipated
Outcome, and References. Accepted proposals will be given a time slot,
conditional upon successful registration of the organizers before the end
of the early registration period.

Workshop proposals are peer-reviewed and are highly selective. In the
previous year, less than 30% of workshop proposals were accepted. Workshop
proposals will be selected by a team of juries. Acceptance decisions will
be based on an assessment of how compelling the workshop is likely to be
for Persuasive Technology attendees: scientific quality, relevance to the
main conference theme, ability to generate interesting discussion and
useful outcome, and ability to attract a reasonable number of participants.

*Please submit Workshops **to*: [log in to unmask]

Accepted workshops will be included in the adjunct conference proceedings.
Yet inclusion in the adjunct proceedings is conditional upon successful
registration.

*Important dates:*
*Proposal submission deadline: November 21, 2017*

*Decision notification: December 15, 2017*

*Camera-ready: January 31, 2018*


*Workshop Date: April 17, 2018---Rita Orji, Asst. ProfessorFaculty of
Computer Science, Dalhousie University6050 University Ave. Halifax, NS, B3H
4R2, Canada Phone: 902-494-1677  *

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