15th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing
|Event in series||CSCW|
|Dates||2012/02/11 (iCal) - 2012/02/15|
|Location:||Seattle, Washington, USA|
|Camera ready due:||2011/11/21|
|Papers:||Submitted 415 / Accepted 164 (39.5 %)|
|Organizers:||Mark Handel, Charlotte Lee|
|General chairs:||Steve Poltrock, Carla Simone|
|PC chairs:||John Riedl, Gloria Mark, Jonathan Grudin|
|Workshop chairs:||Darren Gergle, M. Antonietta Grasso|
|Panel Chair:||Myriam Lewkowicz, Michael Twidale|
|Demo chairs:||Danyel Fisher, Luigina Ciolfi|
|Keynote speaker:||Yochai Benkler, Judith Olson, Marietta Baba|
|Table of Contents|
The 15th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW) 2012
- Innovative systems to support collaborative activity: group formation, awareness, coordination, telepresence, shared interaction, etc.
- New collective or collaborative user experiences enabled by social media, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, social networking, wikis, etc.
- Emerging issues for global, cross-cultural coordination and communication
- Innovative installations: CSCW and the arts, media, museums, other public spaces
- Studies of the introduction and use of technologies from social, cultural, and organizational perspectives
- Applying social science methods (ethnographic, experimental, empirical, etc.) to study and understand collaborative experiences and practices
- Novel methodologies and tools for the design and analysis of collaborative practices
- New theoretical approaches and frameworks for understanding coordination and communication
- Collaborative experiences enabled by mobile devices, location-based services, advanced sensing systems, and other emerging technologies
- Multi-player gaming and Virtual Environments
- Systems for emergency preparedness and large-scale rapid deployment (e.g. disaster response)
- Collaborative domains: Computer Supported Cooperative Healthcare, Human Robotic Collaboration, Education, Collaboratories, Government
- Studies exploring the appropriate balance between individual and collaborative work.
- Visions of future directions for CSCW
- Please explore the CFPs for each of the conference venues to find the right place to participate.
Papers (up to 10 pages) and Notes (4 pages) should detail original research contributions. Papers and Notes will be presented at the CSCW conference and will be included in the conference proceedings archived in the ACM Digital Library. CSCW does not accept submissions that were published previously in formally reviewed publications or that are currently submitted elsewhere.
Papers and Notes go through the same review process. Submissions must be in the HCI Archive Format. They should cite relevant published research or experience, highlight novel aspects of the submission, and identify the most significant contributions. Evaluation is on the basis of originality, significance, quality of research, quality of writing, and contribution to conference program diversity. Please use the guidelines below in considering whether the contribution size or scope of your work is most suitable for a ten-page Paper or a four-page Note.
Papers and Notes are subject to blind reviewing. Your submission should have authors' names and affiliations removed and avoid obvious identifying features. Citations to your own relevant work should not be anonymous, but please cite it without identifying yourself as the author. For example, say "Prior work by [author]" instead of "In my prior work."
Papers and Notes must include an abstract of no more than 150 words. Titles and Abstracts that are uploaded to PCS early will be used to find the best possible reviewer matches. Consider submitting a video that illustrates your work, either as a video figure judged as part of the submission (no more than two minutes long and 30MB in size) or as a longer stand-alone submission to the video track (Call for Videos).
CSCW 2012 Papers and Notes submissions must be uploaded online at the PCS submission system by 5 p.m. PDT on June 3, 2012 to be considered. Confidentiality of submitted material will be maintained. Upon acceptance, the titles, authorship, and abstracts of Papers and Notes will be used in the Advance Program. Submissions should contain no information or material that will be proprietary or confidential at the time of publication, and should cite no publication that will be proprietary or confidential at that time.
Final versions of accepted Papers and Notes must be formatted according to the detailed instructions. Copyright release forms must be signed for inclusion in the proceedings and ACM Digital Library.
CSCW 2012 will continue the "Best of CSCW" awards program, in accordance with SIGCHI guidelines. Upon acceptance, some Papers or Notes will be nominated for additional review to identify "Honorable Mention" and "Best" awards. Approximately 5% of submissions may be nominated and 1% of total submissions awarded Best Paper or Best Note.
Venue: Papers & Notes
First version (Paper submissions still possible if you did not submit an abstract)
Submit by: June 3, 2011 (11:59 p.m. PDT)
Decision notification by: July 22, 2011
Venue: Revisions (Extended due to power outages)
Submit by: August 30, 2011 (5:00 p.m. PDT)
Decision notification by: October 21, 2011
Submit by: July 8, 2011 (5:00 p.m. PDT)
Decision notification by: September 11, 2011
Venue: CSCW Horizon, Demonstrations, Panels, Posters, Student Volunteers
Submit by: September 9, 2011 (5:00 p.m. PDT)
Decision notification by: October 28, 2011
Submit by: September 23, 2011 (5:00 p.m. PDT)
Decision notification by: October 30, 2011
Venue: Doctoral Colloquium
Submit by: October 16, 2011 (5:00 p.m. PDT)