We received a good number of wonderful submissions and are looking forward to an exciting workshop. You can view and download the workshop papers here.

We sought contributions investigating challenges and opportunities arising from long term use of self tracking tools, covering not just weeks or months, but potentially years or decades. Topics include, but are not restricted to:

  • Use and abandonment
  • Understanding incompleteness of data
  • Designing interventions
  • Use of tracking data by medical professionals
  • New individual and community applications
  • Challenges of interdisciplinary and long term research

Submissions are position papers, presenting – potentially controversial – points of view or perspectives. Or they present scientific work, also work in progress or in an early stage. They relate to the overall theme of the workshop, long term self tracking beyond weeks and months. Accepted submissions are available here, but not officially published in the CHI proceedings or the ACM digital library.

Participants were selected based on relevance of the submission to the workshop’s topic of long term self tracking, the potential to stimulate discussion, and the overall quality of the submission.

Download the Call for Papers