Call for Participation

A variety of options exist for participation including Archival and Works-in-Progress papers, workshops, posters, and a Doctoral Consortium.

Practitioners, industrial partners, and academics are encouraged to participate. Group is boasts cutting edge work and a student-friendly environment.

The Group 2016 Conference

GROUP will be held Nov. 13-16, 2016 on sunny Sanibel Island, Florida with easy access from North American and international origins.

Learn more about all that Sanibel has to offer and book your accomodations at the conference rate.

Conference Notes & Updates

David,
Conference Webmaster

Friday,

Full Program now available

The full program for the Group conference (Nov. 13 - Nov. 16, 2016) is available. Head to the program page to see the dates, times, and details for each session.

To see the ACM table of contents for the conference, please visit the ACM Group TOC

David,
Conference Webmaster

Tuesday,

Workshops Now Available at Group 2016!

Several workshops are available to conference participants, including:

  • Designing and Building a Space for Innovative Scholarly Practices to Enhance Open Online Community Scholarship
  • Engaging with Users and Stakeholders: The Emotional and the Personal
  • Ethics and Obligations for Studying Digital Communities
Learn more about these workshops and requirements for participation at the workshops page

Aleksandra,
Conference Co-chair

Monday,

SIGCHI Student Travel Grants

Applications are due August 1, 2016
Notification of acceptance by August 15, 2016

Students who have an accepted paper at Group 2016 or will submit a poster or demo to the conference are eligible to apply for a SIGCHI Student Travel Grant, which covers free conference registration and support for travel expenses, pending application review and acceptance of the planned submissions. Workshop and Doctoral Consortium submissions are not eligible for the travel grant. Students must participate in the presentation of their papers, posters, or demos at the conference. For more information, please see the SIGCHI Travel Grant webpage http://www.sigchi.org/conferences/funding/student-travel-grant.

David,
Conference Webmaster

Thursday,

PCS submission system is now available

Complete your submissions of research papers (long and short) and design fictions online at the GROUP 2016 conference site: https://precisionconference.com/~group/

David,
Conference Webmaster

Monday,

Updated submission deadlines

Deadlines for submission of research papers (long and short) and design fictions have been updated to February 19th. Learn more at the Authors page

Stephan & Aleksandra,
Conference Co-Chairs

Saturday,

What is the conference about?

For over 25 years, the GROUP conferences have showcased the work of researchers and practitioners on the development, introduction, management, deployment, and analysis of computer-based collaborative systems. A strong emphasis of GROUP conferences is to foster a discourse on collaborative technology that bridges the fields of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) and Information Systems (IS), Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL), and "Learning at the workplace" ([email protected]). Relevant issues include the design, implementation, deployment, evaluation, and impact of these systems as well as examinations of relevant research methodologies.

Consider joining us at the Group Conference from Nov. 13-16, 2016.

David,
Conference Webmaster

Thursday,

The Rich Tradition of ACM GROUP

With nearly 7 citations per publication, papers by 30 ACM fellows, and over 350,000 downloads, the papers and other submissions to GROUP are well-received. Thought leaders, industry experts, and academic professionals find that GROUP is their choice for cutting edge work. Search the full archive of GROUP material or peruse the program of the previous GROUP conference.