Save the date for the 11th International Web for All Conference

(W4A’14, which is to convene in Seoul, Korea, April 7-9th
(http://www.w4a.info)

Co-located with the 22th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW’14)

The 2014 theme is “The New Accessibility” – not just for people with
disabilities! Accessibility now exists on a continuum and covers a wide
spectrum of needs, thus benefiting everyone in different situations to
different degrees. This is especially true for the Web and Mobile
technologies, where devices are diverse and their use varies across
every conceivable context.

We invite your best work on improving and understanding access for
people across the accessibility continuum. Areas of interest include but
are not limited to the following: age, cognition, culture, education,
emotions, dexterity, disability, diversity, health, hearing, income,
infrastructure, language, learning, literacy, mobility, situation,
society, and vision.

Submit 10-page technical or 4-page communication papers detailing
engineering solutions and scientific insights into Web and Mobile
technologies addressing diverse user needs. Submit 2-page extended
abstracts to enter the Paciello Group Web Accessibility Challenge and
the Google Student Award competitions.

Important dates: Midnight HST
Submissions: January 13
Rebuttals: February 5-12
Decisions: February 19
Camera ready: March 3

 

First CFP: Hypertext 2014, Sept 1-4, Santiago, Chile

Hypertext 2014 - 25th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media
1-4 Sept. 2014, Santiago, Chile

Regular and short papers: 21 March 2014
Workshop papers, doctoral consortium papers and late-breaking results:
23 May 2014
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The ACM Hypertext conference is a premium venue for high quality
peer-reviewed research on hypertext theory, systems and applications. It
is concerned with all aspects of modern hypertext research including
social media, semantic web, dynamic and computed hypertext and
hypermedia as well as narrative systems and applications.

The ACM Hypertext 2014 conference will focus on the role of hypertext
and hyperlink theory on the web and beyond, as a foundation for
approaches and practices in the wider community - ranging from the usage
of social media to the semantics of the 'Internet of Things'. We also
welcome submissions that focus on the linguistic aspects of hypertext
and user experience with linked entities, resources and events.

Hypertext 2014 tracks
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- Links and Connections between People (chairs: Daniele Quercia, Johan
Bollen)
- Open Data and the Semantics of Things (chairs: Philippe Cudré-Mauroux,
Mathieu d'Aquin)
- User Experience and Adaptive Linking (chairs: Rosta Farzan, Vincent Wade)

IMPORTANT DATES
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Full paper submission: 21 March 2014.
Workshop papers, doctoral consortium papers and late-breaking results:
23 May 2014.

Submission instructions: See <http://ht.acm.org/ht2014>
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ORGANIZATION

General chairs: Leo Ferres, Gustavo Rossi
Program chairs: Virgilio de Almeida, Eelco Herder
Workshop and tutorial chairs: Federica Cena, Christoph Trattner
Poster and demo chairs: Carlos Castillo, Jill Freyne
Student chairs: Julita Vassileva, Martin Atzmüller
Local and publicity chair: Denis Parra
Proceedings chair: Altigran Soares da Silva

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ACM DocEng 2013 – Registration now open - Early Bird registration closes July 26.

Registration is now open for DocEng 2013, the 13th ACM Symposium on
Document Engineering being held in Florence, Italy, Sept. 10-13, 2013.
Full details of the symposium including registration details are
available at the conference website <http://www.doceng2013.org>

The conference includes:

*  Three pre-conference workshops, held on Tuesday, September 10
*  Two invited keynote addresses, to be given by acknowledged research
leaders in the field.
*  A full technical program of submitted contributions – full and short
papers, posters, demos.
*  A social event (to be announced)
*  The opportunity to meet and discuss with colleagues in one of the
most beautiful cities in the world.

Please register soon – Early Bird registration, with reduced registration fees, is available until July 26.
We look forward to meeting you at DocEng 2013.

 

Just to let you know that we are now accepting submissions of short papers, application notes and demos for the 13th ACM Symposium on Document Engineering. * Short papers should report on smaller complete works of research or novel challenges or visions; * application notes should describe systems or tools of interest to the DocEng community; * posters should report on research in progress. Submissions should be of up to 4 pages in length (2 pages for posters). The following deadlines apply: * May 19: Abstracts due * May 22: Manuscripts due The ACM Symposium on Document Engineering provides an annual international forum for presentations and discussions on principles, tools and processes that improve our ability to create, manage and maintain documents. You can find the Call for Papers here: All papers should be submitted on the EasyChair site. You can find the submission instructions here: Looking forward to seeing you at DocEng 2013. Best regards, Tamir Hassan University of Konstanz, Germany Publicity Chair, DocEng 2013

 

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