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The next EUSSET Colloquium is approaching! It will be held on the 14th of December, from 16:30 to 18:00 CET. As usual, we will focus on two themes in the colloquium: (1) the challenges of designing deployable CSCW applications and (2) the complexity of care networks.
Areas of Expertise
- the situated nature of action and interaction and its implications;
- the role of ethnography in CSCW and in computing in general,
- the role and nature of ‘awareness’ in cooperative work;
- the role of paper-based and other material artifacts in cooperative work;
- highly flexible collaboration infrastructures and tailorable systems.
Calls for submissions are online!
📄Journal Papers – on a rolling basis, cut-off date for presentation in Trondheim: April 3rd 2023
💡Exploratory papers, notes, posters& demos, DC, workshops, masterclasses, panel proposals: February 20th 2023
Looking forward to your submissions😊
EUSSET-IISI Lifetime Achievement Award
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David B. Martin Best Paper Award
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EUSSET in Perspective
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