AfriCHI Papers & Notes are original, double-blind peer-reviewed, scholarly accounts of HCI research, design and/or theory that are presented at AfriCHI’18 as talks. Papers and notes are published in the conference proceedings. Papers and notes will have a maximum length of 10 and 4 pages respectively (excluding references), and will be more widely accessible in a prestige online archive. AfriCHI will have one round of double-blind peer reviews on all papers and notes.
Doctoral & Masters Consortia are interdisciplinary workshops, facilitated by an expert panel, in which students discuss their work and explore and develop their research interests.
Students’ written abstracts that are accepted after review, will be published in the conference proceedings and will be more widely accessible in a prestige online archive.
Posters are graphical displays around which authors discuss, with a small group, their work-in-progress, early insights or late-breaking results.
Written abstracts of posters will be double-blind peer-reviewed and, if accepted, will appear in the conference proceedings and a more widely accessible prestige online archive.
Workshops enable participants with similar interests to explore perspectives on specific topics in HCI theory or practice. Workshops take place over 0.5 – 2 days; and can be facilitated in English or another language used in Africa. Abstracts of workshops are reviewed by jury and, if accepted, will be published in the conference proceedings and a widely accessible prestigious online archive.
Chairs: Rehema Baguma, Karin Fröhlich, Victoria Hasheela-Mufeti (email@example.com)
Preparing and Submitting your Workshop Proposal
A workshop submission must be prepared according to the ACM_SigConf template with no more than 4 pages of length and have the following structure:
Call for Participation: Provide a 250-word Call for Participation that will be posted on the conference site to recruit participants for your workshop. This should include the following:
Panels are discussions between invited people, with special knowledge, experience or expertise,that provoke lively debate about issues relevant to AfriCHI. Written abstracts of panel proposals are reviewed by jury and, if accepted, will be published in the conference proceedings and will be more widely accessible in a prestige online archive.