Masterclasses proposals are not anonymous and should include all authors names, affiliations, and contact information.

Important Dates

  • February 11th, 2022           Submission due for masterclass proposals (23:59 AoE)
  • February 25th, 2022           Submission due for masterclass proposals (23:59 AoE)
  • March 7th, 2022                  Notifications to the authors
  • March 14th, 2022                Deadline for the camera-ready version of the accepted masterclasses
  • May 9th, 2022                      Masterclass organizers must notify the Chairs with final masterclasses attendance number
  • Monday/Tuesday June 27th/28th 2022 Masterclasses at ECSCW 2022
  • June 27th – July 1st, 2022  ECSCW 2022 Conference

Submission Format & Process

Masterclasses Chairs

For any queries, please, do not hesitate to contact the ECSCW 2022 Masterclasses & Workshops Chairs at

Claudia Mueller

University of Siegen, Germany

Bryan Semaan

University of Colorado Boulder, USA

Masterclasses submissions should:

  • – be no more than 1500-3000 words, excluding references,
  • – include all authors names, affiliations, and contact information as well as a description of the theme(s) of the master class, the background of the organiser(s), the length of the masterclass (half-day/ full-day) and the maximum number of participants,
  • – specify any additional equipment needed (including laptops, tablets, speakers, headphones, projectors). Unless explicitly confirmed by the Chairs, the additional equipment must be supplied by the masterclass organisers,
  • – be formatted according to the ECSCW2022 template, available in the Latex, RTF or MS Word format,
  • – be sent in pdf format via email to

Masterclasses submissions are not anonymous.

Masterclasses Description

Masterclasses provide the opportunity to learn about specific CSCW methods, concepts and approaches from experts in the related field within small in-depth group discussions. Masterclasses facilitate a more focused discussion on any CSCW topic, and enable organizers to do theoretical input in lectures as well as engage participants in more hands-on workshop experiences. While masterclasses are open to a broad range of participants, these are particularly targeted at early career researchers and PhD students. Masterclasses may be half-day or full-day sessions.

If you are submitting a masterclass on accessibility or assistive technology, please refer to the SIGACCESS guidelines on writing about disability.

For inspiration, see the list of masterclasses at ECSCW 2019:

Selection Process

Proposals will be single-blind reviewed by the Masterclasses Chairs and selected members of the ECSCW program committee. Selection will be based on the relevance of the proposed topic for ECSCW and the organiser(s) expertise.
For any queries, please, do not hesitate to contact the ECSCW 2022 Masterclasses Chairs at

Publication & Copyright Information

Accepted proposals and programs will be published in the European Society for Embedded Technologies (EUSSET) digital library

The EUSSET digital library (DL) is an open access repository. The EUSSET DL does not ask for a full transfer of copyright from authors. Instead, it requires only sufficient rights that allow “readers to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search and link to the full texts of articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose except where otherwise noted” (for full information please see here:

The authors will have several options when it comes to copyright upon paper acceptance:

  •  grant EUSSET DL a non-exclusive and irrevocable license to distribute the article, and certify that they have the right to grant this license;
  • • certify that the work is available under one of the following Creative Commons licenses and that they have the right to assign this license:
    1. Creative Commons Attribution license (CC BY 4.0)
    2. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license (CC BY-SA 4.0)
    3. Creative Commons Attribution -Noncommercial-ShareAlike license (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0);
    4. or dedicate the work to the public domain by associating the Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication (CC0 1.0) with the submission.

In the most common case, authors have the right to grant these licenses because they hold copyright in their own work.

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