Important DatesPosition papers due: July 15
Acceptance notification: August 5
Final copy due: August 12
Conference dates: October 24-28
Workshop date: October 28
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If you are interested in topics around social search and collaborative search, make plans to visit Redmond, Washington in February. Nestled neatly between the WSDM 2012 (February 8-12) and the CSCW 2012 (February 11-15) conferences, you will find the Social … Continue reading
About 20 people participated in the workshop, which included great presentations (including one in absentia by Rob Capra), stimulating plenary discussion, and several breakout groups in the afternoon. Watch this space for a more detailed workshop summary coming soon.
We have had to adjust the due date for the final versions of the papers to conform to the schedule set by the publishers of the conference proceedings. The due date is now August 12. Whereas in many other conferences, … Continue reading
We’ve accepted a number of papers for presentation at the conference. The list of papers is available here. They cover a range of topics from studies of existing practices to novel algorithms, with settings that include clinical, intelligence, and academic … Continue reading
We are extending the submission deadline to encourage additional submissions to the workshop, and to give those who submitted a chance to revise & expand their work if they need to. The new submission deadline is Friday, July 15. Looking … Continue reading
We’ve created an EasyChair page to handle the workshop submissions. The site should handle paper, poster, and demo submissions. Fire away!
This is the third workshop we are organizing on the topic of collaborative information retrieval. The first workshop, held in conjunction with JCDL 2008, focused on broad topics and sought to establish a vocabulary for discussion about collaborative information seeking, … Continue reading