Workshop contributions are expected in the form of papers addressing previous experiences and, for example, case studies (6-8 pages), or position papers on the opportunities and challenges ahead (3-4 pages). Contributions should be formatted according to the ECSCW/Springer template (see the Word, PDF, and LaTeX templates). Submissions must not be anonymous and will be reviewed by the organizers.

All submissions will be handled via eMail. The documents should be submitted in PDF format to If your submission contains additional material (such as a video), then everything should be packed in one ZIP file. If you have any questions, please email the workshop’s organizers.

The workshop proceedings will be published in the International Reports on Socio-Informatics (IRSI) (ISSN 1861-4280) after the workshop (post-proceedings). A draft version will be made available to the participants prior to the workshop. Depending on the quality of submissions, we may propose to edit a Special Issue for a journal as a follow-up event.

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