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Call for Workshops and Tutorials
Call for Workshops and Tutorials AH2008

5th International Conference on
Adaptive Hypermedia and
Adaptive Web-Based Systems

July 28 - August 1, 2008
Hannover, Germany

http://www.ah2008.org/

Submission deadline: 14 Jan 2008 (closed)


Workshops

The workshops at AH2008 aim at providing a wide international forum for researchers to present, discuss and explore their new ideas, work in progress and project developments within several  focused areas of interest and within the overall scope of adaptive hypermedia and adaptive web-based systems. The workshops are intended to provide an informal interactive setting for participants to address in small focused groups current technical and research issues related to the main conference topics. Thus, proposals should demonstrate that the workshop has the ability to facilitate discussions.

Workshop proposals should be submitted to the general workshop chairs via email by the date specified below, should be between 2-5 pages and specify the following:
  • title of workshop
  • chair(s): name + short CV
  • desired duration of workshop: full/half day
  • description of background and goals
  • target audience
  • organization (paper presentation (full/short/posters)/discussion/ interactive events/ panel/ etc.)
  • expected results
  • program committee

Tutorials

The tutorials at AH2008 will focus on specific issues to provide additional knowledge to the AH2008 audience. Tutorials can reflect fundamentals of adaptive hypermedia and adaptive Web-based systems or relatively new developments that have reached a certain level of maturity.

Tutorial proposals should be submitted to the general workshop/tutorial chairs via email by the date specified below, should be between 2-5 pages and specify the following:
  • title of tutorial,
  • tutor(s): name + CV
  • desired duration of tutorial: full/ half day
  • description
  • main topics
  • target audience
  • organization (lecture/ hands-on/ discussion/ etc.)
  • expected results

Workshop and Tutorial Chairs

Cristina Conati, University of British Columbia, conati@cs.ubc.ca
Geert-Jan Houben, Vrije Universiteit Brussel & TU Eindhoven, Geert-Jan.Houben@vub.ac.be

Deadlines

14 Jan 2008 : Workshop Proposal Submission
14 Jan 2008 : Tutorial Proposal Submission
14 Feb 2008 : Notification of Results for Workshop and Tutorial Proposals
28 Jul - 29 Jul 2008 : Workshops
30 Jul - 01 Aug - Main Technical Program

User Modeling Inc. Leibniz University Hanover L3S Research Center Adaptive Hypermedia 2008 Conference Website
Eelco Herder (L3S Research Center, Hannover, Germany)