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A note on the various deadlines: In general, you only need some deadlines. The submission deadline should represent the single most important deadline for an event. If there is a paper deadline, it automatically counts as a submission deadline as well. The other kinds of deadlines are just relevant for events that accept many forms of contribution (e.g. papers and demos). If an event has just one type of submission (e.g. a developer's event might only accpept demos) then use submission deadline since it is the main deadline and it is clear what kind of submissions are meant.
Communities and Technologies (C&T 2009)
25-27 June 2009, University Park, Pennsylvania, USA
Communities and Technologies (C&T) is a premier scholarly forum for stimulating and disseminating research on the complex connections between communities -- physical and virtual -- and information and communication technologies.
C&T 2009 welcomes participation of researchers, designers, educators, and students from the many disciplines and perspectives bearing on the interaction between community and technology. These areas include anthropology, art and architecture, business, cognitive science, communication studies, community informatics, computer science, design studies, education, ergonomics, geography, graphic design, human-computer interaction, information science, information systems, industrial engineering, interaction design, journalism, knowledge management, law, learning science, linguistics and semiotics, management, psychology, requirements engineering, sociology, software engineering, technical communication, and user experience design.
C&T 2009 welcomes contributions on topics including, but not limited to, communities and e-government; communities and innovation; communities of interest; communities of practice; (virtual) community formation and development; community-oriented e-commerce business models; design methods for community technology; community informatics; economics of technology-facilitated communities; ethnographic and case studies; innovations in community technology design and innovative applications; interaction in large-scale online communities; knowledge sharing and organizational learning; learning/education and community technology; persistent conversation in technology-facilitated communities; regional development issues; social capital and community technology; social movements and community technology; supporting collaboration in local and distributed communities; system platforms for e-community research; technical support for communities; trust, privacy, and security issues; and virtual business communities.
The conference program includes competitively selected, peer-reviewed papers, as well as workshops, tutorials, a doctoral consortium, and invited speakers.
Please make a note of these dates:
15 December 2008 Papers due
15 February 2009 Doctoral consortium, workshop proposals due
15 March 2009 Notification to authors and event organizers
15 April 2009 Final versions of accepted papers due
25-27 June 2009 Conference at Penn State, University Park, Pennsylvania
For more information, contact:
Dr. Jack Carroll
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