Interested participants will be required to submit a 100 word biography and a 2000 word position
paper in the SIGIR 2006 conference format.
The workshop will contain two paper sessions, containing at least one presentation (with discussion)
on each of:
- Methodologies (e.g., test collections, simulations, ethnography, task-oriented approaches)
- Metrics (e.g., measures of learning, user performance)
- Models (e.g., interfaces and interaction paradigms, mental models)
Papers that can be placed into these categories will be given preference, as will those
papers that concentrate on evaluation rather than technology. For each submission the outcome of
the review process will be a recommendation to either: accept for workshop presentation and working
notes, accept for working notes only, or reject.
Submissions should be emailed to email@example.com by midnight Pacific Time on May 15 2006.