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Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2016 17:49:33 -0500
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AWARE: Workshop on Awareness Interfaces & Interactions
At IUI 2017 on Mar 13th in Limassol, Cyprus
Organizers: Casey Dugan (IBM Research), Peter Brusilovsky (University of
Pittsburgh), Elizabeth Daly (IBM Research)

Submission Deadline: Dec 16th 2016
Format: 4 page position paper
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Awareness is a key user interface and interaction paradigm. Choosing what
to make the user aware of, at what time, and how, has a critical impact on
system usage and overall perception. In this workshop, we will bring
together those from academia and industry to share their own work in this
area, debate key topics, and brainstorm possible future collaborations or
papers in this area.

We are seeking 4 page position papers by December 16th, 2016 from
researchers about their hands-on experience of explicitly designing for
user awareness or incorporating awareness mechanisms into their own
research. Practical advice on what worked well (or what went very badly!),
given those decisions, will form the basis of an interesting position
paper. These positions will be shared and debated in the workshop.

We invite submissions from those who have researched:

   Applications or interfaces incorporating awareness mechanisms: such as
   social media, educational interfaces, eCommerce,persuasion, &
   Interfaces specifically designed for a certain type of awareness or with
   a focus on an awareness technique or problem, such as information
   overload, ambient displays, alerting mechanisms, urgency widgets,
   visualization (& other) dashboards, and assisted browsing
   Machine learning or other algorithms to support filtering to focus
   awareness or making users aware of new items, such as with recommender

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