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Toni Robertson <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 26 Apr 2010 16:47:47 +1000
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Final call for research papers, workshops and tutorials.
The Participatory Design Conference 2010.

After many requests we have extended until May 10th the submission date
for research papers and proposals for workshops and tutorials.

Submission details are available from the conference website

All other submissions are due on August 3.

Research papers: (full paper  maximum 10 pages) Research papers should
report on completed research which furthers topics in Participatory
Design. Research papers will be published in the ACM International
Conference series. High academic standards will be expected. Each
submitted paper will be double blind reviewed by at least 3 reviewers.
Please make sure that your submission is anonymous in order to facilitate
this review process. Accepted papers should be revised according to the
review reports and the language should be checked by a native English

Interactive workshops: (2 page proposal) Half and full day sessions on
topics that include methods, practices, and other areas of interest and
that support an interactive format where active participation beyond
presentation is solicited. The proposal must justify the need for the
workshop and should contain a title, goals, technique, relevance to
Participatory Design and a schedule. Intended participants and how they
will be recruited should also be described.

Tutorials: (2 page proposal) Half and full day sessions for teaching
conceptual frameworks, methods/techniques, and novel approaches. The
proposal should contain a title, goals, technique, relevance to
Participatory Design and a schedule. Please describe any handouts that you
intend to make available in the proposal.

The 11th Participatory Design Conference. PDC 2010.
November 29 - December 3, 2010.
Sydney, Australia.

Follow us on twitter @PDCSydney. And join us to celebrate the first PDC to
be held in the southern hemisphere!

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