ECSCW2007 Student Volunteers
The organising committee is seeking a number of enthusiastic and motivated people to join the ECSCW 2007 Student Volunteer team. The student volunteers will assist in the practical organisation and running of the conference. In exchange for their work, they will be rewarded by a number of benefits including:
* Free participation in the conference and workshops (subject to agreement with the workshop organisers);
* A copy of the book of proceedings published by Springer;
* A ticket to the conference banquet at Dromoland Castle;
A number of low-cost accommodation options in the surroundings of the Conference venue will be made known to all student volunteers, and an informal mailing list will be created to allow all the volunteers to organise travel and accommodation together. Limerick city is served by a number of low-cost carriers through Shannon International Airport.
The volunteers will congregate at the conference hotel, the Hilton Limerick, on the evening of Sunday, September 23rd and will be engaged in conference activities until Friday the 28th of September. Joining the ECSCW 2007 student volunteer team will give students a great opportunity to attend a prestigious conference, meet fellow students and established researchers in the area of CSCW and gain academic experience! Important dates:
Postgraduate (Masters and PhD) students are encouraged to submit a 500 words statement briefly describing their current research, and explaining what benefit they would gain from attending ECSCW 2007, and mentioning any previous conference volunteering experience. The application should also contain the name and contact details of your supervisor.
The deadline for applications is June 30th 2007.
Please email your application to Michael.Cooke@ul.ie
Notifications of acceptance will be sent by July 10th. The ECSCW 2007 Student Volunteers Coordinators are:
Michael Cooke, University of Limerick, Ireland;
Emanuela Mazzone, University of Central Lancashire, UK;
Anders Sigfridsson, University of Limerick, Ireland.
Jun 30, 2007
University of Limerick
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