GLIDE '10 - 2nd Global Interaction in Design Conference, Call for Proposals

22 Dec 2009 - 6:34am
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Gloria Gomez
2009

Hi everyone,

I invite you to participate in GLIDE'10 - 2nd Global Interaction in
Design Conference this coming October, which will be completely held
online from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY, USA.

The theme of GLIDE’10 is the facilitation, consequences, and
challenges of cross-cultural collaboration—like participatory or
user-/human-centered design—with indigenous and underserved
communities and the effect of such on human/user experience.

You will find more information below signature and please contact
Audrey Bennett for questions.

Regards, Gloria

Gloria Gomez, PhD
Research Assistant, Department of Design Studies
University of Otago, New Zealand
www.gloriagomez.com

(Call for proposals starts here)

GLIDE '10
October 27, 2010

CALL FOR CHAPTERS:
You are invited to present your research at the 2nd Global
Interaction in Design Conference to be held online, live-streamed
from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY on October 27,
2010.

GLIDE is a biennial, virtual conference that disseminates
cutting-edge research on topics related to interaction between
designers and global communities. The purpose of a virtual format is
to bridge cultural and geographic divides in an eco-friendly way.

The theme of GLIDE’10 is the facilitation, consequences, and
challenges of cross-cultural collaboration—like participatory or
user-/human-centered design—with indigenous and underserved
communities and the effect of such on human/user experience.

You may submit full or poster paper proposals on topics related to
the conference theme for synchronous or asynchronous presentation on
October 27, 2010.

SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES:
Submit a 500-word abstract in pdf or word format by February 15, 2010
online at glide10.org/proceedings. You must first create a user
account. Then, follow instructions for submitting your abstract.
Proposals will undergo an iterative, blind peer review process
according to the following schedule:

Deadline for all abstract submissions: February 15
Notification of acceptance with comments: March 1
First draft full and poster papers: May 30
Notification of acceptance with comments: June 15
Final draft full and poster papers due: August 30

All accepted, full and poster papers will be published in an online
proceedings on the conference website.

GLIDE is an interdisciplinary conference and welcomes submissions
from all disciplines that study design including architecture,
human-computer interaction, technical communication, information
technology, computer science, and other disciplines.

For more information, please visit glide10.org or contact the
conference chair Audrey Bennett at bennett at rpi.edu.

GLIDE'10 is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the
AIGA UP ST NY Chapter.

Register for GLIDE'10 before 3/15 and receive a discount. Register
at glide10.eventbrite.com

Conference Chair:
Audrey Bennett
Advocacy Chair, Board of Directors
AIGA UP ST NY Chapter
http://upstatenewyork.aiga.org/

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