maximum 4 pages, excluding references
- 9 February 2018: Submission
- 27 March 2018: Notification of acceptance
- 18 May 2018: Camera ready versions
Short papers should present original, unpublished ideas and research that explores or advances the field of Participatory Design (PD) or reflect on its potential future developments. As these will be presented and discussed in thematic sessions run in parallel, short papers can benefit from making one, clear contribution. Authors are encouraged to present a focused reflection or a meaningful empirical case study. A focused reflection will be expected to explore or advance existing concepts/ideas or propose new ones at a theoretical level, even coming from nearby disciplines to build an interdisciplinary dialogue. A case study will be expected to present applications of PD that are empirically fascinating even without strong theoretical grounding. Each submitted short paper will be double-blind reviewed by at least 3 reviewers. Short papers will also be published in the ACM International Conference series. Please make sure your submission is correctly anonymised. Each paper should be thoroughly proofread, polished and formatted according to submission instructions before submission.
Chairs: Carl DiSalvo and Erik Grönvall, email@example.com