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Fri, 19 Jun 2020 16:52:03 -0600
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CHI Community,

We invite you to contribute to BELIV 2020, the international forum to
broadly discuss research methods in visualization. Submission deadline is
July 10, 2020.

BELIV (Evaluation and Beyond - Methodological Approaches for Visualization)
is an international forum to broadly discuss research methods in
visualization. BELIV spans novel and not-yet fully established evaluation
methods for visualization tools and techniques through to methods that more
generally establish the validity and scope of acquired visualization
knowledge. BELIV supports contributions and discussions from the rich
spectrum of visualization researchers, embracing the varied ways that
researchers self-identify with respect to the main conference tracks at VIS.

In addition to BELIV’s commitment to research methods, this year’s timely
focus topic is:

From a Distance: Research practices during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

This topic is focused on assessing our challenges and sharing our
experiences in conducting research during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Evaluations need to be conducted under conditions where researchers and
participants are socially distant, confined at home, and without access to
special equipment or a professional work environment, and teams need to
maintain cohesion using solely digital communication tools. BELIV 2020 will
be a place for the community to discuss and share what we’ve learned
through navigating these unprecedented challenges, and what it might mean
for the future of visualization research.

BELIV welcomes paper submissions that describe experiences and challenges
in conducting visualization research and evaluation as well as on the
broader topic of research methods in visualization.

BELIV 2020 will be a fully remote, virtual event due to the continuing
COVID-19 pandemic and in alignment with the decision not to host a physical
meeting for VIS 2020.

For more information on BELIV 2020, paper types, and submission details,

please visit our website:(

Best regards,

BELIV 2020 Organizers

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