Call for Participation

We invite you to submit your research to the 2014 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2014) to be held February 15-19, 2014, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

CSCW brings together top researchers and practitioners from academia and industry who are interested in both the technical and social aspects of collaboration. The development and application of new technologies continues to enable new ways of working together and coordinating activities. Cooperation and coordination take place in different settings, ranging from work to recreational and social activities. Moreover, an increasing range of devices are involved in cooperation, as we collaborate in different contexts and situations. The conference has several venues for participation:

Venue Purpose Presentation Deadline Decision Date
Papers Describe original, complete research Talk in session 5/31/2013 08/23/2013
 
Interactive Posters Report on late-breaking and preliminary results Poster session at reception 10/07/2013 11/07/2013
 
Workshops Conduct a workgroup meeting at the conference on a focused topic One or two full days at conferences 06/28/2013 (proposals) 11/15/2013 (submissions)
 
Panels Generate debate around provocative, controversial, innovative, and emerging issues Panel discussion session 10/07/2013 11/07/2013
 
Videos Present visually engaging examples of interaction behavior and/or system use through video Shown continuously during conference; best videos in special session 10/07/2013 11/07/2013
 
Demonstrations Show implemented CSCW systems through hands-on demonstration Demo reception (or throughout conference) 10/07/2013 11/07/2013
 
Doctoral Colloquium Doctoral Colloquium discuss dissertation work with panel (for Ph.D. students) Demo reception (or throughout conference) 10/07/2013 11/07/2013

Appropriate topic areas for CSCW include all contexts in which technology is used to mediate human activities such as communication, coordination, cooperation, competition, entertainment, education, medicine, art, music, and play. The technology may include: email, instant messaging, blogs, social media, shared workspaces, teleconferencing, games, co-located systems, robotics, and emerging technologies.

Given the broad charter of the CSCW research area, we are interested both in research on the core themes which have made CSCW an intellectually rich and rigorous community, and on submissions that push the boundaries of CSCW research and illustrate the diverse technologies which facilitate collaboration. Possible topics include:

We invite you to explore the different submission opportunities.

Conference Co-chairs

Wayne Lutters, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Susan Fussell, Cornell University