Courses and Workshops Chairs
Submission Deadline (August 25, 2023) is closed.
We invite you to submit proposals for workshops at India HCI 2023. Workshops are intended for sharing skills and knowledge with attendees to meet in the context of a focused and interactive discussion. Workshops are interactive sessions where participants collaborate and work on a common topic. Workshops enable both organizer(s) and participants to contribute. Each workshop should generate ideas that will give the HCI community a new, organized way of thinking about the topic or suggest promising directions for future work.
Workshop formats available:
- Workshop duration: half day/ full day
The proposal must be submitted as one PDF document (file name: Instructor name_Title_Workshop_IndiaHCI23) to Microsoft CMT portal.
- Workshop instructor (s): A short bio is needed and title of the workshop
- Workshop Abstract: This should be documented in two pages in the SIGCHI Extended Abstract Template. This will be used for reviewing purpose. This should cover the overall concept of the workshop including key organisers, workshop tilte, objectives, topic brief, target audience, participant limit (if any), materials (mention the materials required for attendee and instructors separtely) and expected outcomes.
- Workshop Plan: The purpose of this document is to understand how the organizers plan to conduct the workshop. This will be used only for the reviewing process. It should cover details on the workshop structure, plan, and duration.
All submissions will go through a review process. The submissions will be judged on the clarity of the proposal and relevance of the topic with the conference theme. Workshop proposals will not be archived in conference proceedings. The workshop chairs will retain all rights to the workshop materials and proposal. India HCI will reserve the right to use the proposal for promotional and record keeping purposes.
- August 25, 2023: Proposal submission deadline
- September 5, 2023: Notification of acceptance
(All deadlines close at 23:59 IST)
What is the difference between a workshop and a course?
If you are looking forward to conduct a session, where you expect participants to collaborate and work on a common topic, and then please propose it as a workshop. On the other hand, if it is going to be like a class where the participants will focus on learning than contributing back, then please propose it as a course.