cfp: short papers ozchi


Short Papers / Demonstrations / Case Studies / Doctoral Consortium

DUE: Friday 27th August 2010.

OzCHI 2010 is held at
Queensland University of Technology
Queensland, Australia
22nd-26th Nov 2010


Theme: Design-Interaction-Participation

OZCHI is Australia’s leading forum for research on the design and study of
Human-Computer Interaction and CHISIG’s ( annual
non-profit conference. OZCHI attracts an international community of
practitioners, researchers, academics and students.

The 2010 conference theme is Design Interaction Participation. It
reflects the challenges of designing human interaction with and through
digital technologies in ways that support diverse participation.

Short papers, 4 pages in length, provide the opportunity to describe new
work or work that is still in progress that could benefit from discussion
with members of the HCI community. They may include experiences of
reflective practitioners, preliminary work, work in progress and first
drafts of novel concepts and approaches. Short papers will be subject to a
double blind review process by at least three peer reviewers and evaluated
on the basis of their significance, originality, and clarity of writing.
This review will be based on the full text of the submitted paper. Short and
long papers will be included in the USB proceedings and archived in the ACM
digital library.

The long and short papers accepted in the conference will be archived and
accessible in the ACM Digital Library.

OzCHI in Brisbane is followed by The 11th Participatory Design Conference,
PDC 2010 in Sydney. November 29 – December 3, 2010

Like last year, OZCHI will be preceded by a student design challenge,
where teams of 2-5 students are invited to submit a solution for a
given HCI research problem. For information about last year’s design
challenge visit For updates follow


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