Computer-Supported Social Interaction

Computer-Supported Social Interaction (CSI) 2003
April 25-26, 2003
Miami University
Oxford, OH 45056
Proposal Submission Deadline: March 17, 2003
Advanced Registration Deadline: March 17, 2003

Computers and the Internet are becoming increasingly important mediums
for social interaction. Many types of relationships including business,
casual, and intimate are formed and maintained through the use of
computer-mediated communication (CMC). The CSI 2K3 conference is an effort to bring together leading researchers in the field of CMC to discuss the psychological implications of technology on social
relationships. The conference will feature presentations by:

Tom Postmes (University of Amsterdam)
Susan Weisband (Case Western Reserve University)

We also invite individuals to submit proposals for poster or 10 minute
oral presentations on topics related to the area of computer-supported
social interaction. The poster/paper sessions will be scheduled around
the featured presentations. We welcome proposals from any discipline
relevant to the theme of the conference; submissions can be of an
empirical nature or a theoretical/conceptual paper. Students are
particularly encouraged to submit poster proposals.
Topics may include but are not limited to:

*Electronic team performance
*Computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW)
*Online relationships
*Distance learning and education
*Gender and technology
*Internet research methodology
*Research ethics
*Human-computer interaction
*Electronic commerce/privacy

Submission Guidelines
Authors must submit a 500-word proposal by March 17th, 2003. The abstract should present a brief yet detailed description of the problem, methodology, results and/or potential implications.
Submit proposals online at:

or email them to (with CSI Proposal as the subject

*Deadline for advance conference registration is March 17th, 2003
*Register online at:

Please direct questions, concerns and suggestions to:

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