Full papers should only be submitted for mature work
that is grounded in the research literature and demonstrates an advance
with respect to that literature. Papers should include a mixture of
theoretical discussion and empirical evaluation appropriate for the
Papers that address a broad audience, and in
particular those that help set the programmatic agenda of CSCL for the
next 10 years, will be assigned plenary presentations. Papers of equal
quality that address a more specialized audience will be assigned to
parallel paper sessions.
Full paper submissions should not exceed 10 pages,
including all parts of the submission. No cover page or letter is
required. Please follow the CSCL 2005 Publication Format.
Please see the review criteria by which your paper will be evaluated, and prepare your paper accordingly. Submissions should be in the format specified in Step
2 of the submission instructions.