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Subject:

Deadline Extended: E-Infrastructures for Research Collaboration in the Social Sciences and Humanities - Workshop at CSCW 2017

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"Korn, Matthias" <[log in to unmask]>

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Korn, Matthias

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Call for Participation



E-Infrastructures for Research Collaboration: The Case of the Social Sciences and Humanities



Workshop at CSCW 2017, Portland, Oregon, February 26



https://eresearchinfssh2017.wordpress.com/





== Important Dates



Jan 5 and 20 | Submissions Due (deadline extended)

Jan 25 | Notifications

Jan 11 | Early Registration

Jan 31 | Camera-ready

Feb 26 | Workshop at CSCW





== Call for Participation



Collaborative research practices are a highly interesting domain for CSCW. So far, CSCW has mainly focused on computation- and/or data-intensive research endeavors. Here, resources are typically pooled via common e-infrastructures for data access and processing, a set-up requiring additional layers of coordination. Such a focus largely foregrounds the sciences and other fields that rely on highly structured (or structure-able) data and the routinized processes of analysis.



In contrast, in this one-day workshop we discuss the conditions and challenges characteristic of research collaboration in the qualitative social sciences and humanities (SSH). In particular, we examine the sociotechnical infrastructures that enable and support research practices that—in comparison with the collaborative paradigm of the natural sciences—tend to be less structured, compartmentalized, and routinized, but more fluid, flexible, and open-ended. The workshop seeks to collect empirical insights and design experiences, preparing the grounds for a comprehensive understanding of the role of e-infrastructures for collaborative research practices in SSH.



We particularly invite submissions that draw out the core characteristics, challenges, and trends faced by groups of researchers in the SSH from experiential, theoretical, empirical or design perspectives.



Key topics of interest include, but are not limited to:



* Reflections and meta-perspectives on collaboration in the SSH.

* Empirical studies of collaborative research practices in the SSH, possibly taking on one or more of the following questions:

  * What are the infrastructures/resources that social scientists and humanists draw on? How do they do so? And, where do resources come from?

  * What has been the trajectory of change relative to digitization of resources, tools, and infrastructures?

* Empirical studies of the invisible work to make collaborative research in the SSH work.

* Studies of the (participatory) design, use, education, and appropriation of new digital tools, platforms, infrastructures for collaboration in the SSH.

* Implications of digital methodologies for training and interdisciplinarity in the SSH.





== Submission Details



We invite 2-4 page position or experience papers in ACM Extended Abstracts format. Submissions should be e-mailed to the organizers. We encourage you to submit by January 5 to be able to make use of the conference early registration rate (available until Jan 11) and facilitate planning of the workshop. The ultimate submission deadline is January 20, 2017.



Please e-mail submissions to [log in to unmask]



Submissions will be reviewed by the workshop organizers. We expect to accept a maximum of about 20 participants based on the submissions’ relevance to the workshop themes.





== Organizers



Matthias Korn, University of Siegen

Marén Schorch, University of Siegen

Volkmar Pipek, University of Siegen

Matthew Bietz, University of California, Irvine

Carsten Østerlund, Syracuse University

Rob Procter, University of Warwick

David Ribes, University of Washington

Robin Williams, The University of Edinburgh





--

Dr. Matthias Korn

e-Science / Computer-Supported Cooperative Research

DFG-SFB 1187: Media of Cooperation, University of Siegen

Institute for Information Systems, Fak. III, University of Siegen

Phone: +49 271 740-2293	Cell: +49 173 7232 198

Office: US-D 102			Mail: [log in to unmask]

Twitter: @matsch_o0		Web: http://mkorn.binaervarianz.de/

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