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August 16, 2004
CFP: Representations of Digital Identity (CSCW Workshop)
At Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) this year, i will be teaming up with two of my favorite colleagues (Michele Chang and Liz Goodman) to organize a workshop called “Representations of Digital Identity.”. We want to bring together interesting people working on how people represent and manage identity in a digital environment. We are looking for designers, technologists, theorists and other invested individuals.
A workshop of this type is where people working on the same problems come together to brainstorm and tackle confounding issues. For this workshop, we are asking people to submit sketches representing digital identity and discuss those in the context of the issues that interest them the most.
If you’re interested:
- Read the Call for Participation
- Check out the Proposal we submitted
- Ask questions or send submissions to cscw04-identity AT googlegroups DOT com by September 20
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