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2nd European Conference on Interactive Television:  Enhancing the Experience 

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EuroITV 2003

Your contributions are invited on any aspect of interactive television design and use. The following are some of the themes we expect to be addressed in contributions, though the list should not be seen as exhaustive:
 
Design Issues
Usability Issues
Design methods 
Inclusive design for interactive TV
Sociable viewing
Personalising interactive TV
Emerging genres and conventions
Interactive TV and "t-commerce"
Games for interactive TV
Web on interactive TV
Interactive TV and education
E-government and pubic services via interactive TV
Electronic Programme Guides
Narrative
Audience issues
Methodologies for studying interactive TV
Audience Research
Ethical issues 
History and development of interactivity in television
Case studies


SUBMISSIONS

We invite:

  • Full papers of max. 3000 words (max. 8 pages), in Word, pdf or rtf. 
  • Short papers or descriptions of demonstrations: 1200 word max.
  • Workshop proposals - for half- or full-day sessions devoted to exploring a specialised topic. Workshops will be asked to report their activity as a conference poster.
  • Proposals for tutorials - half or full day tutorial sessions 
  • Practitioner category: people working in the interactive TV industry are invited to submit reports on projects and issues that may be of interest to fellow professionals. These will be for discussion at a practitioners' panel session. 400 words 
There are no special formatting requirements for these preliminary submissions. Please include name and affiliations. 

Paper submissions will be peer reviewed and accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings. We expect that selected papers will be published in a special issue of a journal.

Send your submissions to <email address removed for legal reasons> or post (2 copies) to EuroITV Conference, School of Computing, Mathematical and Information Sciences, University of Brighton, Watts Building, Lewes Rd, BN2 4GJ Brighton, UK. 

If you'd like to talk to someone about your submission, email <email address removed for legal reasons> or phone Lyn Pemberton (LP22@bton.ac.uk) on (44) 01273 642476.

IMPORTANT DATES
Deadlines for submission have now passed.

Submission of full papers, workshop and tutorial proposals  19 December  2003
Submission of short papers, demonstrations and practitioner reports 16 January 2004
Notification of acceptance - full papers, tutorials and workshops   11 February 2004
Notification of acceptance - short papers, demonstrations and practitioner reports 28 February 2004
Final Version due  20 February 2004
Conference  31 March - 2 April  2004