The following are important dates for CSCW 2019:
Monday, June 24, 2019 (11:59 PM EST): Submissions due
Monday, July 1, 2019: Notification of acceptance
Panels will take place during the CSCW conference.
What is a Panel?
A panel is a collection of people discussing a topic important to our field with energy,
insight, and verve - they need not be dull and boring.
Great panels are an excellent way to generate debate, raise new and interesting issues at CSCW, and
hear multiple points of view on a given topic. CSCW panels are a forum for discussing provocative, controversial,
innovative, emerging, boundary-spanning, and boundary-breaking issues.
While paper sessions provide detailed discussions of recently completed work, panels provide an opportunity to
hear from researchers in the field about what is on the horizon - or what is already here but not yet recognized,
acknowledged, or discussed.
Criteria for Successful Panels
The best panels provide opportunities for audience participation. We especially encourage proposals for panels that will:
- Discuss relevant, important, and critical topics
- Engage the audience and provoke discussion
- Bring several disciplines, methods, or approaches into productive conversation
- Represent a diversity of individuals, who can bring multiple perspectives to the topic
We also invite submitters to not only form panels with close colleagues who share similar points of view but also to reach out
to prospective panelists from across the CSCW community. Feel free to contact other CSCW scholars, or use media like the #cscw2019
or CSCW Community, CSCW Meta Facebook groups to try and find panelists who might want to
discuss a particular topic from various approaches.
Submitting a Proposal
Update (June 20, 2019):
Panel proposals should be no longer than 4 pages in the SIGCHI Extended Abstract Format (Word
References do not count against the page-limit, and you may omit the CCS concepts, keywords, and citation from the first page.
Proposals should include:
- An overview of the panel topics
- One-paragraph biographical sketches of the panelists describing their expertise
- Proposed structure and format of the panel, including how you intend to encourage interaction with the audience
- Any technical requirements
Panel submissions should be e-mailed to the Panels Co-Chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All panel submissions are due by 11:59 PM EST on Monday, June 24, 2019.
All questions should be directed to email@example.com.
Libby Hemphill (University of Michigan)
Edith Law (University of Waterloo)