The 2020 ACM Web Science Conference takes place online from 6 -10 July and is organised by the University of Southampton. Presenters and participants will have multiple opportunities to engage over...

Registration is now available for two of SIGWeb's virtual conferences this summer: Hypertext and Social Media - https://projects.cah.ucf.edu/ht2020/registration/ User Modelling and...

In the United States, and throughout many regions around the world, current events have brought attention to the urgent need for equality and respect for all individuals. ACM reaffirms its...

ACM SIGWEB to Sponsor and Organize Leading International Web Conference Series ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, and the International World Wide Web Conference Committee (IW3C2) has...

The term of the current Editor-in-Chief (EiC) of the ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS) is coming to an end, and the ACM Publications Board has set up a nominating committee to assist...

In response to the Covid-19 situation, ACM Hypertext and ACM UMAP will take place online this year. Check out the conference websites for the latest information on how to register and...

The ACM Special Interest Group on Hypertext and the Web is a community of scholars, researchers, and professionals who study and use the concepts and technologies of linked information that were originally conceived as hypertext and are most famously realized on the Web. The SIGWEB community's interests range widely and include hypertext in all its forms, social networks, knowledge management, document engineering, digital libraries, and the Web as both an information tool and a social force. SIGWEB encourages innovative research, open discussion of new ideas and the development of methodologies and standards through conferences and a variety of communication resources for its members and the world.

Formerly known as SIGLINK, the Special Interest Group on Hypertext and the Web was created in 1989 to support the community participating in the annual ACM Hypertext Conference. Now in its third decade, SIGWeb has grown considerably and now sponsors six annual conferences of different sizes and covering a wide range of topics.