Welcome to CSCW 2014!
CSCW 2015 Update
CSCW 2015 will be March 14-18 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
The CSCW 2014 Advance Program is available here. Sign up for an account to take advantage of special features such as saving favorites or finding new people to meet.
The full print program is also available via PDF Download here.
Our conference hotel, The Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, has sold out. While there are many lodging options in Downtown Baltimore the following Harbor East hotels are high quality properties within an easy 1-2 block walking distance of the Marriott.
Homewood Suites - 625 South President Street
Hilton Garden Inn - 625 South President Street
Courtyard - 1000 Aliceanna Street
Pier 5 Hotel - 711 Eastern Avenue
Join the CSCW Community: sigchi.org/communities/cscw
The 17th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2014) will be held February 15-19 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
CSCW is the premier venue for presenting research in the design and use of technologies that affect groups, organizations, communities, and networks. Bringing together top researchers and practitioners from academia and industry in the area of social computing, CSCW encompasses both the technical and social challenges encountered when supporting collaboration.
CSCW 2014 will build on this strong history with venues including Papers, Workshops, Panels, Interactive Posters, Videos, Demonstrations, and a Doctoral Colloquium. The submission date for Papers is May 31, 2013. See the Call for Participation for additional information. Other venues will have later deadlines.
On behalf of the Conference Committee, we invite you to begin planning your submissions and participation for the 2014 conference!
Results of CSCW Community Survey: cscw-survey.pdf
Earlier this fall, the Steering Committee distributed a survey to get your feedback on recent changes to the CSCW Conference review and publication process and the conference program. We want to take this chance to once again thank all of you (nearly 300 of you!) who responded to the survey.
In addition, we will make the full results of the survey and a detailed description of the questions available to anyone who would like to do additional analysis of the data themselves. If you do this, we would ask you contribute your analyses back to us, so they can be shared with the whole community and can be used to guide the decisions we make moving forward.
Opening & Closing Keynote Speakers
We are pleased to announce that Mary Flanagan, Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor in Digital Humanities at Dartmouth College will be our opening plenary speaker. Patrick Meier, Director of Social Innovation at the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI), will be our closing plenary speaker!
See the Keynote Speakers page for more information.
Several levels of sponsorship are available. Please see the sponsorship page for a description of the different funding levels.