Quick facts Tutorials:
- Deadline for Tutorial proposals: May 5, 2016 (5:00 PM, PDT).
- Notification: May 20, 2016
- Tutorial date: October 23 & 24, 2016
Tutorials offer practitioners, students and researchers the opportunity to extend their knowledge into new areas of expertise and to learn about specific concepts, methods and techniques from recognised experts.
Tutorials are held on Monday 24 (and possibly Sunday 23) October 2016, before the conference starts. A tutorial may be full day or half day in length (morning or afternoon session). There is a lunch break and a mid-morning/afternoon break as well, making a full day of six working hours.
The NordiCHI 2016 conference would like to offer a wide variety of tutorials for researchers, practitioners, designers, developers, managers and students. We invite proposals for tutorials focusing on all themes of the Human Computer Interaction field, and in particular we invite tutorials focusing on the theme of the conference: game-changing design. We encourage instructors to propose tutorials on new and emerging areas, methods and technologies or experimenting with new forms of instruction and innovative perspectives in an HCI context. We also welcome proposals for tutorials on foundational themes of HCI.
- Proposal submission deadline: 5 May 2016
- Notification of proposal acceptance: 20 May 2016
- Tutorial date: 23 & 24 October 2016
If your tutorial is accepted:
- Tutorial and learning outcome description for the web site: 12 June 2016
- Notification of the number of participants registered: 23 September 2016
- Tutorial hand-out material: 30 September 2016
Proposals for tutorials should be limited to 1000 words and detail:
- Title and duration
- Intended audience
- Theme and goals
- Prerequisites, level
- Description of activities planned
- Any past conferences or related venues for the tutorial
- Needed facilities
- Web site or other resources that might be accessed to provide more information about the tutorial or instructor(s)
- Summarize the skills and knowledge the attendees will gain as a result of attending this tutorial
- Instructors’ names, affiliations and backgrounds
Tutorials are given only if at least 5 participants register by the early bird registration deadline, so the instructors should be active in advertising their tutorial to relevant audiences. Instructor compensation is based on the number of participants who register for that particular tutorial, as follows:
- Min 10 paid participants: Free conference registration for the 1st instructor
- Min 20 paid participants: Free conference registration for the 2nd instructor, or 500€ compensation.
- For every additional 10 participants, up to 60: Free conference registration or 500€ compensation.
The tutorial chairs are responsible for selecting the tutorials for the conference. Please email your questions and submissions to us:
- Tone Bratteteig, University of Oslo, Norway
- Marta Kristín Lárusdóttir, Reykjavík University, Iceland