Conference topics include (but are not limited to):
Theoretical, methodological, and/or conceptual contributions about key concepts relevant to CSCW and HCI, including critique.
Social, behavioral, and computational studies of collaboration and communication.
Technical architectures supporting collaboration.
New tools/toolkits for collaborative technologies.
Ethnographic studies of collaborative practices.
Coordination and workflow technology.
Social computing and contexts of collaboration.
Current work in, and future visions of, practice-centered computing.
Social justice, ethical dimensions, and related issues in CSCW, HCI, and/or sociotechnical systems.
Online communities, including issues of privacy, identity, trust, and participation.
Cooperative knowledge management.
Algorithmic decision-support systems, automation, and human-AI collaboration.
Civic technologies and their uses.
Organizational issues of technology design, use, or adaptation.
Strategies for use of technology in business, government, and newer forms of organizations.
The ethical conduct of research studying group work and sociotechnical systems.
Emerging technologies and their design, use, or appropriation in work, home, leisure, entertainment, or education.
Learning at the workplace (CSCL at work, Technology-Enhanced Learning, TEL).
Co-located and geographically-distributed teams, global collaboration.
Cultural and cross-cultural collaboration and communication.
Mobile and wearable technologies in collaboration.
Innovative forms of human computer interaction for cooperative technologies.