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Call for Participation: CSCW 2011

The ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work

March 19–23, 2011 · Hangzhou, China


FIRST SUBMISSION DEADLINE: August 6th, 2010 (for Papers, Notes, Workshops, and Tutorials)

PCS is now open for papers and notes submissions:

We invite you to submit your research to the 2011 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2011) to be held on the edge of scenic West Lake in Hangzhou, China from March 19–23, 2011.

CSCW is an international and interdisciplinary conference that has a special focus on how technology intersects with social practices. This year’s theme of Building Bridges reflects the history of building bridges between social and technical researchers at the conference while also highlighting the opportunity to build bridges among research communities around the world by hosting it in Asia.

The conference has several venues for participation.  Visit our web site for more details:

Appropriate topic areas for CSCW include:

    * Innovative systems to support collaborative activity: group formation, awareness, coordination, telepresence, shared interaction, etc.
    * New collective or collaborative user experiences enabled by social media, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, social networking, wikis, etc.
    * Emerging issues for global, cross-cultural coordination and communication
    * Innovative installations: CSCW and the arts, media, museums, other public spaces
    * Studies of the introduction and use of technologies from social, cultural, and organizational perspectives
    * Applying social science methods (ethnographic, experimental, empirical, etc.) to study and understand collaborative experiences and practices
    * Novel methodologies and tools for the design and analysis of collaborative practices
    * New theoretical approaches and frameworks for understanding coordination and communication
    * Collaborative experiences enabled by mobile devices, location-based services, advanced sensing systems, and other emerging technologies
    * Multi-player gaming and Virtual Environments
    * Systems for emergency preparedness and large-scale rapid deployment (e.g. disaster response)
    * Collaborative domains: Computer Supported Cooperative Healthcare, Human Robotic Collaboration, Education, Collaboratories, Government
    * Studies exploring the appropriate balance between individual and collaborative work.
    * Visions of future directions for CSCW

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