The workshop seeks two kinds of submissions:
- Position Papers: We welcome papers that explore: current or future directions for the field; issues facing instruction, practice, or research; or early stage and proposed investigations.
- Case Study: We also invite practical examples of creative approaches to teaching and learning hybrid environments. This might include a studio framework, specific creative tool, or an instructional method. We encourage case studies to also submit a video tour.
Submit either a Position Paper or a Case Study to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline of May 6, 2022. Position papers and case studies should be submitted in the ACM SIGCHI submission template format (SIGCHI ACM new, standardized single-column format) in PDF format. Papers and cases should be no more than 2,500 words, excluding titles, references, and figure/table captions.
If accepted, we will invite participants to also share a short video tour of their hybrid (teaching) spaces and/or approaches as a resource for us to learn from one another.