Conference news: C5-09 in Kyoto
16 June, 2008
Conference on Creating, Connecting and Collaborating through Computing
January 19 – 22, 2009
Join us at the 7th annual gathering to learn and share about recent work in the areas of collaborative systems, connecting people around the world through computing, and creating new media for business, social development, learning and play!
The C5 conference is for researchers, software developers, educators, designers, and technology users who are concerned about developing and enabling human-oriented creation, connection, and collaboration processes. C5 is an international forum for presenting ongoing work as well as new work currently under development and for discussing future needs and directions in creative computing and multimedia authoring environments.
Conference sessions will include invited talks, including one from Dr. Alan Kay, Viewpoints Research Institute, formal paper presentations, hands-on workshops, informal “un-conference” and “lightning” sessions as well social and sightseeing events.
Please save the date and plan to join us in lovely Kyoto, Japan!
— The C5-Organizing Committee
There’s also a call for papers in three areas:
- Theoretical papers
- Case studies and experiment reports
- Papers that ‘bring theory into practice or practice into theory’ bridging between practice and theory in creating, connecting and collaborating through computing.