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Hi

As the general extension is to Jan 18th should we do same?



Linda


Dear Workshop Organizers, 

Submission deadlines for all workshops are approaching fast. We've been getting some requests to extend the deadline in order to try and get more submissions. Since getting a high number of submission is critical to meet the minimum participation level (10), we extend the overall submission deadline up to January 18th. So you may communicate an extended deadline up to this date for your workshop. 

Please keep in mind that the latest notification date remains February 8th. 
Also, we will need you to report the number of submissions no later than January 20th, as we will need to report back to the program chairs the expected participation level for workshops. 
So please be reminded to send us the number of submission you got and projected participation level accordingly by January 20th. 

Thanks, 

Nadir and Ido
CHI 2013 Workshops Co-Chairs 
On 4 Jan 2013, at 23:29, Andrew Webb wrote:

> DEADLINE EXTENDED to January 11, 2013.
> 
> Creativity refers to human processes that underpin sublime forms of
> expression and fuel innovation. A 2005 NSF workshop saw development and
> evaluation of creativity support tools as a new field. By now, researchers
> have developed sophisticated methods. Creativity support environments
> (CSEs) address diverse areas, including software, hardware, embodied
> interfaces, instrumented spaces, networked topologies, and mobile devices.
> CSEs may involve temporal-spatial dimensions of collaborative work,
> requiring evaluation methods addressing synchronous, asynchronous,
> co-located, and distributed interaction. They may involve everyday
> information.
> 
> We will gather a community of researchers developing and evaluating CSEs,
> to share approaches and develop best practices. We seek papers that develop
> in-depth methods for CSE evaluation. Methods must be explained with
> sufficient clarity and detail that others can apply them. They should be
> grounded through study of particular CSEs. Authors should motivate the
> types of CSEs for which a particular evaluation method is well suited.
> 
> The workshop will coalesce community involved in developing these methods,
> inspiring discussion and debate about the value of particular methods in
> situated contexts. The outcome will not be a single prescription, but
> rather an ontology of methodologies, with consideration of how each maps to
> creative activities, and an emerging consensus on the range of expectations
> for rigorous evaluation of CSEs.
> 
> Papers should be 2-4 pages (CHI Archive Format). The best will be invited
> for presentation.
> 
> Workshop website: http://ecologylab.net/workshops/creativity/
> 
> 
> IMPORTANT DATES
> 
> January 11, 2013 - Workshop paper submission deadline
> 
> February 1, 2013 - Notification of acceptance
> 
> April 1, 2013 - Camera-ready submission deadline
> 
> 
> ORGANIZERS
> 
> * Andruid Kerne, Interface Ecology Lab, Texas A&M University, USA
> * Celine Latulipe, HCILab, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
> * Steven M. Drucker, Microsoft Research, USA
> * Linda Candy, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
> * Kristina Höök, Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Kista, Sweden
> * Andrew M. Webb, Interface Ecology Lab, Texas A&M University, USA
> * Erin Carroll, HCILab, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
> 
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