DIS 2016 workshops will be held on the first two days of the conference (4th and 5th June 2016). They engage with central themes in designing interactive systems for people. The workshops we selected are unique opportunities to collect together a diverse group of practitioners and researchers to spend focused time on important topics. These workshops aim to get things accomplished, generating outcomes (rather than reporting on them) and actively working together on open, unresolved or controversial issues in the field. Workshops are designed to generate interaction between participants, foster community-building and attract broad interdisciplinary interest within the field.
Unless otherwise indicated, all workshops are open for anyone to register their attendance. However, some workshops may require position statements to be submitted in order to be part of the program.
Workshops Chairs: workshops [AT] dis2016.org
- Jared Donovan, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
- Ben Matthews, University of Queensland, Australia