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Michael Albers <[log in to unmask]>
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6th Annual Symposium on Communicating Complex Information (SCCI)
February 27-28, 2017
East Carolina University
Greenville NC

The SCCI proposal deadline has been extended to Friday November 4th.

For the full call for papers:

SCCI explores how the design and presentation of complex information 
affects how  humans use it.  The need to understand the issues affecting 
how we communicate/share  complex information affects many areas, 
including user experience, information  design, technical communication, 
information architecture, data visualization, and  usability. As such, 
it is of interest to fields as diverse as computer science,  visual 
design, technical communication, mass communication, communication 
studies,  and library sciences.

This year SCCI includes a special half-day session focused on the 
complexities of healthcare information. Contact Kirk St. Amant 
([log in to unmask])  for information about submitting to that track.

Keynote address: Bill Gribbons,  Bentley University

For more information
      Contact: Michael Albers ([log in to unmask]).

      2 page proposal due: November 4th, 2016
      Notice of acceptance: December 1, 2016
      Papers for symposium due: February 17, 2017
      Symposium dates: February 27–28, 2017

Dr. Michael J. Albers
Technical and Professional Writing
Department of English
Mailstop 555
East Carolina University
Greenville NC  27858-4353

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