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 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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:
- Background: Provide a strong rationale for the workshop covering issues to be addressed and concrete goals of the workshop.
- Organizers: Present the organizers’ backgrounds and the main contact person.
- Website: Provide details of the planned website, including the URL.
- Pre-Workshop Plans: State your plans for recruiting and community-building. Number of Participants: min and max.
- Workshop Structure: Explain in detail the workshop structure, including activities, timing, and resources.
- Post-Workshop Plans: State your plans for follow-up and creation of tangible outcomes (e.g., poster presentation, publication of a workshop report, an article for a newsletter or conference).
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:
- The format and goals of the workshop
- The participant selection criteria
- Requirements for position papers
- Where these papers should be submitted
- A link to the workshop website.
- References: Please add any relevant references within the 4-page limit.