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Gabriela T Richard <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 10 Nov 2016 10:56:46 -0500
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****Full papers, short papers, and symposia deadline extended to November
18, 2016****

Dear CSCL community,

In recognition that this week has been difficult for many members of our
community and in the spirit of this year’s theme - equity, access, and
inclusion - we, the program committee, have decided to extend the deadline
for full papers, short papers, and symposia to November 18th.

Marcela Borge, Kyu-Yon Lim, Emma Mercier, & Brian K Smith

Program co-chairs of CSCL 2017


CSCL 2017: Call for Papers

The 12th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative

June 18-22, 2017

Drexel University & The University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA

Conference theme: Making a Difference — Prioritizing Equity and Access in

Computer Supported Collaborative Learning is a premier conference of the
International Society of the Learning Sciences that focuses on the study of
social learning processes with and without technology as well as the
development and evaluation of tools to enhance or improve collective
thinking and learning. The conference is a major international event
bringing together researchers with a wide variety of backgrounds and
research interests including educational technology, design, HCI,
information sciences, educational psychology, museum research, library
science, curriculum and instruction, psychology, computer science,
cognitive science, and many more. We welcome high quality conceptual,
empirical, and theoretical contributions.

This year's conference theme focuses on the need to consider issues such as
equity, access, and inclusion in the design, implementation, and deployment
of computer-supported learning environments. CSCL 2017 will prioritize
keynote speakers, workshops and papers that champion research and tools
focused on equity and access relative to CSCL. Hosted by a diverse
leadership team in the Learning Sciences, the conference will highlight
work that discusses ways to broaden the CSCL pipeline, promotes and/or
celebrates out of the box thinking, or that brings a wide range of
viewpoints or voices to CSCL topics or tools.


We are currently seeking submissions for the following:

• Full Papers (8 pages): Full papers are for mature work, requiring lengthy
explanations of the conceptual background, methodology and data and
analysis. Full paper submissions should state: (a) the major issue(s)
addressed, (b) potential significance of the work, (c) the theoretical and
methodological approach(es) pursued, (d) major findings, conclusions,
implications, and (e) relevant scholarly references.

• Short Papers (4 pages): Short papers are for work that makes significant
contributions, but that is still in progress, of smaller scale, or that can
be reported briefly. Otherwise, the same criteria apply as listed for full
papers above.

• Posters (2 pages): Posters are for work in early stages and for novel and
promising ideas. The two page abstract should identify the aspect of the
work that will likely lead to productive discussions with conference
participants in a poster session, including figures exemplifying the visual
support to be provided for these discussions in the poster.

• Symposia (8 pages): Symposia are for conveying larger ideas or results
about a specific issue. Discussion among members of the symposium and with
the audience should be moderated to focus on certain positions or
controversies. We expect symposia to address large issues of interest to
CSCL, particularly those related to this year's conference theme.


Papers, Posters, and Symposia: Deadline extended to November 18, 2016

Pre-Conference Workshops, Tutorials, & Interactive Events: December 16, 2016

Early and Mid-Career Workshops + Doctoral Consortium: to be announced

Further information

For more information, see the conference website ( and/or contact [log in to unmask]

About ISLS

The International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS) is a professional
society dedicated to the interdisciplinary empirical investigation of
learning as it exists in real-world settings and how learning may be
facilitated both with and without technology. ISLS sponsors two
professional conferences, held in alternate years. Visit the ISLS site at

*Gabriela T. Richard, Ph.D.*
*Assistant Professor *
Learning, Design, and Technology Program
Department of Learning and Performance Systems
College of Education, Penn State University

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