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Subject: CFP: Interaction Design and Children 2005



To CHI-ANNOUNCEMENTS-request: Could you forward this on?
thank you
Mike Eisenberg
U. of Colorado, Boulder

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Interaction Design and Children 2005
June 8-10 Boulder, Colorado
http://www.cs.colorado.edu/conferences/idc2005/

FIRST CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

Interaction Design and Children builds on the successes and high
standards of 
the previous IDC conferences (IDC 2004-USA, IDC 2003-UK and IDC 2002-the

Netherlands ). It is our goal for IDC 2005 to continue to support this
strong 
international community of researchers, educators, and industry
professionals 
concerned with interaction design and children.

***Deadline for paper submission is January 14th, 2005.***

Papers present significant contributions to research, development, and
practice 
in the field of interaction design and children. All accepted papers are

presented at the IDC 2005 Conference, and appear in the IDC 2005
Proceedings.

IDC 2005 accepts papers on all subjects relevant to interaction design
and 
children, including, but not limited to:

* Emerging or new technologies and their impact on children's education
or play
* Methods and techniques for establishing children's requirements for 
interactive systems
* Guidelines for the design of interactive systems for children
* Reports on the development of interactive systems for children
(motivation, 
design, outcome, evaluation)
* Usability, enjoyability, accessibility, and safety issues, with
particular 
reference to children
* Design of innovative systems for children
* Evaluation methods for use with children
* Evaluations of interactive systems and technologies for children
* Theoretical models of interaction with special relevance to children
* Results of ethnographic and case studies in children's use of
interactive 
systems
* Stimulating in-depth analyses of issues related to interaction design
and 
children

IDC 2005 will also include poster and demo sessions, a doctoral
consortium, and 
tutorials and workshops. See the conference website for updates
regarding the 
submission deadlines and guidelines for these activities.

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