Goals and Participants
We invite researchers and designers to jointly explore how the Child-Computer Interaction field can establish intermediate-level knowledge, being a kind of design knowledge that resides in the realm between the design of particular artifacts and theories. We will discuss the pros and cons of different kinds of intermediate-level knowledge and how we can promote the creation of these kinds of knowledge in the CCI field. We invite:
- Researchers and designers who position themselves as producing intermediate-level knowledge
- People in the field of design research who have not necessarily thought about their work as producing intermediate level knowledge
In order to be admitted to the workshop, you should write a 2-4 page (excluding references) position paper following the SIGCHI Extended Abstracts template (https://sigchi.org/templates/).
We welcome two kinds of position papers:
- Papers covering an example of your own approach to developing intermediate-level knowledge in the field
- Papers describing a form of intermediate-level knowledge that you have identified as particularly useful for your work from a generative perspective, meaning that it has lead to new design ideas and possibilities.
All submissions should be sent to: evae @ cc.au.dk
Workshop position papers submissions deadline: EXTENDED to April 25
Final notification for position papers: April 31
(This will give participants enough time for early registration to the IDC’18 conference)
Note that it is a requirement that at least one author of each accepted position paper must attend the workshop and that all participants must register for both the workshop and the main conference.