LINGUIST List 11.367

Sun Feb 20 2000

Calls: Discourse Analysis, Human-Computer Interaction

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  1. Susana Sotillo, Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA): Theory and Practice
  2. Judy Potter, Conference on Human-Computer Interaction - OzCHI 2000

Message 1: Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA): Theory and Practice

Date: Sun, 20 Feb 2000 11:22:56 -0500
From: Susana Sotillo <SotilloSMail.Montclair.edu>
Subject: Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA): Theory and Practice


Special Session Proposal for December 2000 Modern Language Association
Session:

Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA): Theory and Practice. Papers on any
theoretical aspect or practical application of CDA are welcome. 
Proposal abstracts due by 15 March, 2000. Please e-mail abstracts to:
Sotillosmail.montclair.edu Susana M. Sotillo, Montclair State
University.
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Message 2: Conference on Human-Computer Interaction - OzCHI 2000

Date: Sun, 20 Feb 2000 22:13:31 +1100
From: Judy Potter <judypwelldone.com.au>
Subject: Conference on Human-Computer Interaction - OzCHI 2000


		OZCHI 2000 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
			Interfacing reality in the new millennium

			Sydney, Australia, 4-8 December 2000
			http://www.cmis.csiro.au/ozchi2000/

Call for submissions
OZCHI is the annual conference for the Computer-Human Interaction Special
Interest Group (CHISIG) of the Ergonomics Society of Australia, and
Australia and New-Zealand's leading forum for work in all areas of
Human-Computer Interaction.

OZCHI attracts an international community of researchers and
practitioners with a wide range of interests, including human factors
and ergonomics, human-computer interaction, information systems,
software engineering, artificial intelligence, design, social sciences
and management. Original papers, posters and proposals for the
doctoral consortium are solicited, as well as demonstrations and
proposals for half-day and full-day workshops and tutorials. Paper
submissions will be subject to a double blind refereeing process by an
international panel.

Submissions in all areas of HCI are invited, including:
� HCI methods, practice, and theory
� Organisational, societal, and cross cultural issues
� Theories, models, and modelling of users and interfaces
� CSCW, group work, groupware, and computer-mediated human communication
� User interface architectures, tools, techniques, and technology
� Interfaces for all
� Distributed interfaces, including the world wide web
� Mobile and small devices
� Methods, models and tools for user-centered and organisation-driven design
and development
� Industry based case studies of user interface design and development
� Innovative interfaces, including virtual reality, augmented reality,
multimedia, and adaptive interfaces
� HCI education and training


In keeping with the theme: Interfacing Reality, special emphasis will be
placed on issues of accessibility and on novel interfaces, including:
� Web: Web design and evaluation, Access to the Web, Children and the Web
� Electronic communities
� Ecommerce
� Accessibility issues
� Pervasive and invisible computing
� WAP and portable computing
� Usability and Fun
� Usability in game applications
� Augmented reality
� Remote work
� Working in 3D

Important dates
- May 29th 2000	Submission deadline for full papers, tutorial
proposals and workshop proposals in electronic format

- June 5th 2000	Submission deadline for full papers, tutorials and workshops
in paper format

- June 26th 2000 	Submission deadline for posters, demonstrations,
doctoral consortium, late-breaking news in electronic format

- July 3rd 2000	Submission deadline for posters, demonstrations, doctoral
consortium, late-breaking news in paper format

- End of July 2000 	Notification to authors of workshop proposals

- 3rd week of August 2000	Notification to authors of full papers,
tutorial proposals, posters, demonstrations, doctoral consortium,
late-breaking news

- Mid September 2000	Deadline for camera-ready papers

Where and how to submit
Electronic and paper submissions will be accepted. Electronic submissions
must be PDF, RTF, or Word for PC files. Detailed instructions to authors,
including the publication format will be available on
http://www.cmis.csiro.au/ozchi2000/ from the end of April 2000.
Submissions should be forwarded to:
	Ozchiwelldone.com.au

	OzCHI2000
	Well Done Events
	PO Box 90
	Cambewarra, NSW 2540
	Australia

Program committee
General chair: 		Dr. C�cile Paris, CSIRO
Technical chairs: 	Dr. Steve Howard, University of Melbourne,
				Dr. Nadine Ozkan, CSIRO
Demonstrations:		Peter Benda, Pacific Access
PhD consortium:		Prof. Mark Apperley, The University of Waikato
				Frank Vetere, University of Melbourne
Tutorials:			John Fabre, Telstra
				Karen Gunn, Ericsson
Workshops:			Walter Smith, Edith Cowan University
				Dr. Richard Thomas, University of Western
Australia
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