CSCW2020 is taking place virtually in Clowdr. Read on to learn more about the platform and the opportunities to engage with the community over the next week! Your CSCW 2020 Virtual Program Co-Chairs,Drew Paine, Carolina Fuentes, Tesh Goyal The Clowdr Platform: Supporting & contributing to an open source, community-driven platform Evaluating many options, the organizing […]
The 23nd ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW2020) is the conference’s first ever fully virtual event. The organizing committee has strived to develop an exciting and engaging virtual conference. For the first time we are also co-located with UIST2020, be sure to check out their plans for a virtual event detailed […]
The CSCW Steering Committee Includes: Amy Bruckman (Georgia Tech, outgoing chair) † Luigina Ciolfi (Sheffield Hallam University) † Kevin Crowston (Syracuse University) † Andrea Forte (Drexel University, chair) Diego Gómez-Zará (Northwestern University, student) Jina Huh-Yoo (Drexel University) Karrie Karahalios (University of Illinois, chair elect) Danaë Metaxa (Stanford University, student) Andrés Monroy-Hernández (Snap! Inc) Tina Yuan (National […]
Welcome to the 23nd ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW). This year we have faced unprecedented challenges as a global community. The coronavirus pandemic has impacted every aspect of society. We thus organized the first ever fully virtual CSCW conference.  Despite the disruption, we chose to see this as an opportunity […]
Lasting Impact Award The Lasting Impact Award goes to a paper that is at least 10 years old and has had an impact on CSCW as a field.  Nominations are taken from the community, and the decision is made by a committee of senior CSCW scholars. This year’s committee consisted of Cecilia Aragon, Amy Bruckman, […]
The CSCW2020 draft program is now available! Planning a conference schedule is always a balancing act, and going virtual increases the challenge. We needed to have presentation slots for almost 220 papers, but we also wanted to keep the days relatively short. The schedule in our usual in-person conference can stretch to 12+ hours. But […]
We are very excited to announce that registration for CSCW 2020 is now open! Registration info and instructions are available at We wanted to share a bit about how the budget works for CSCW, and especially how it has changed with a virtual conference. This year’s registration rates are: ACM Member: $200/$250 Non-member: $250/$300 […]
Registration for CSCW 2020 is now closed. Thank you for attending! Registration Rates Student ACM/SIG Members Non-ACM/SIG Members Emeritus Early Registration (through 10/11) $100 $200 $250 $100 Regular Registration (after 10/11) $100 $250 $300 $100 Workshop fees are $20 each. FAQ CSCW 2020 and UIST 2020 appear to be virtually co-located with events occurring on an “Overlap Day”. […]
Keynote Speakers   Opening Keynote Monday, October 19, 2020 7:30 – 8:30 AM CT Maryam Zaringhalam, PhD (National Library of Medicine) Storytelling for a More Equitable Open Science Enterprise The open science movement has often failed to address the needs of the general public, who are crucial stakeholders in the scientific enterprise. Open science must […]
Online Program The full online program is now available. Browse the details of 212 papers, 39 posters, 12 demos, and 4 panels! An overview of this year’s conference is in the General Chairs’ Letter. We are also excited to announce our award winners and  keynote speakers, Maryam Zaringhalam and Afua Bruce. Online Proceedings The conference […]