Accepted papers and descriptions of workshops, region reports, works-in-progress, and posters/artifacts/demos will be published in the Conference Proceedings. Submissions must therefore conform to the specific proceedings format guidelines. See also the letters to authors and coordinators of accepted papers, workshops, and works-in-progress.
PDC 2000 cover sheet
Each submission must have a cover sheet that includes:
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Participatory Design Conference Proceedings are published to a high quality standard. We accomplish this with unpaid efforts of professionals dedicated to furthering work in the field, so your efforts in formatting and printing your submissions to our publication standard are greatly appreciated.
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Submissions of works-in-progress and posters/artifacts/demos must be received by the deadline of August 1. For Work-in-progress presentations submit a 3-5 page proposal for presentations of current research, projects, practices and lab reports. For artifacts, posters, and interactive demonstrations, submit a 1-2 page proposal for presentations that will be held during an evening session where participants can get hands-on and discuss with presenters.
The deadline for papers, workshops, and region reports (May 15) has already passed. Acceptance/rejection letters for these will be sent by the end of July. If your submission was accepted, please note that we need to receive the final version of your article electronically by September 10.
4 paper copies of your submission need to be mailed to the address for the appropriate Program Chair. Please also email your submission as an attachment in RTF (Rich Text Format) to: email@example.com.
To ensure timely delivery of physical submissions, we encourage authors submitting close to the deadline to use express delivery. If mailing submissions from outside the United States allow at least one extra day for customs and clearly mark the envelope: "Educational materials with no commercial value."
Last updated: October 12, 2000
Created before October 2004