All Workshop papers are now online!

All the papers that will be presented at the workshop are now online and available for download from the Programme Page

Accepted Papers

The following papers will be presented at the workshop.
There are still some available places for attending (without presenting). In order to attend, you can register for the conference and workshop here

“SME owners work-life arrangements: types, ICT use and needs and recommendations”
Daniel Boos, Thomas Robinson, Sandra Moscatelli-Steiner
Swisscom (Schweiz) AG (Switzerland)

“Doing taxes – between work and life”
Guri Verne, Tone Bratteteig
University of Oslo (Norway)

“Boundaries, work and the rest”
Susanne Bødker
Aarhus University (Denmark)

“Materials Enabling Cooperation”
Verena Fuchsberger, Roland Buchner, Ilhan Aslan, Manfred Tscheligi
University of Salzburg (Austria)

“Technology for Work-Life Balance in Terms of Informal Care Work”
Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho, Susanne Schinkinger, Ivan Breskovic, Hilda Tellioğlu
Vienna University of Technology (Austria)

“Caring for Facebook Pages -When Is It Work, and When Isn’t It?”
Gabriela Avram
University of Limerick (Ireland)

“Making Place for Work and Life”
Luigina Ciolfi
Sheffield Hallam University (UK)

“Aspects of family-managed care at home”
Erik Grönvall
Aarhus University (Denmark)


A detailed schedule for the workshop will appear soon.

Extended deadline for paper submissions!

We can accept papers until July 10th 2013, so if you are interested in participating in the workshop and would like to submit something, it is not too late to get writing!

The Call for Papers is out!

The Call for Papers for “CSCW at the Boundary of Work and Life” is now available! Deadline for submissions is June 28, 2013.

If you have any queries on the workshop, please get in touch!

CSCW at the Boundary of Work and Life


This workshop will explore how CSCW themes, concepts and sensibilities can be extended and applied to practices blurring the boundary between work and life. Technology has moved from workplaces to become part of nearly every aspect of everyday life. Similarly, CSCW research spans not only work settings and practices, but also other life domains, from family life, to gaming, tourism and other leisure activities. However, the neat distinction between which activities are work-related and which are not is becoming less and less meaningful as often the spheres of work and life blur into each other. Similarly, the use of technology is not limited to specific work vs. non-work situations. This workshop will discuss how to look at this blurring of practices, spheres of life and expectations: is it a problematic issue that should be addressed, or a new way of working and living that people are increasingly embracing? How people coordinate and interact when work tasks, personal tasks and leisure tasks blur into each other, and how to support/facilitate/mediate this through design?