Calls for Workshop Papers
Research2Biz: From Research to Prototype
Prototypes can be used to evaluate concepts and design proposals, and as a creative and explorative method. The aim of a prototype changes the method of creating them, how we assess them and how one should convey them. Therefore, fundamental knowledge about prototypes and the methods we use to develop them are helpful.
URA: Understanding Reading Activities
Reading is one of the most common everyday activities and the means through which most of our learning and education takes place. Notwithstanding the importance of reading in our daily lives, thus far, there has been little consideration of how people read information within the MMM community. This workshop aims to bring together academics and practitioners with an interest in the reading activity to define the state of the art and explore future research opportunities.
The expected outcomes of the workshop include:
A new community of researchers interested in the topic of technology-supported reading
A co-authored position paper on the topic of reading analytics, to be submitted to an appropriate journal in late 2023
A published volume of position / research papers on the topic from attendees, edited by the organisers and including reviewed submissions from attendees who wish to submit
A proposal for a Dagstuhl / Shonan workshop on Understanding Reading Activities in 2023
A proposal for a number of datasets to support comparative evaluation of research within the domain of understanding reading
Cathal Gurrin, Dublin City University, Ireland
Graham Healy, Dublin City University, Ireland
Thanh Binh Nguyen, HCM - University of Science, Vietnam
Zheng (Jeff) Ye, South Central Minzu Unibersity, China
Minh-Triet Tran, HCM - University of Science, Vietnam