We are interested in what authors who submitted to CHI 2016 think of the reviews they received. The data we collect will be used to prepare a report as a basis for discussion in the community on how to improve and clarify CHI reviewing guidelines, with a special focus on the different ways to report user studies.
This is not your usual CHI reviewing survey, as we would like you to share excerpts from the reviews you received. You will also have the opportunity to comment on those excerpts. We are interested in both accepted and rejected submissions. See http://tinyurl.com/sharereviews on why we believe it is OK for you to share your reviews.
We will analyze the collected data and publish a summary. We will then share the data publicly with the community. Only the textual content that you explicitly agree to make public will be included in this shared database and may be directly quoted in any resulting publication.
We do NOT collect any identifying information such as author names or submission titles. Please make sure to mask any identifying or sensitive information in your review excerpts. Note that we cannot guarantee full anonymity because external reviewers of accepted papers may be able to link review comments to authors, and that PC members may do so for both accepted and rejected submissions.
We ask that each survey response concerns a SINGLE paper or note submitted to CHI 2016, which you co-authored. If you submitted several papers or notes, you can fill the survey several times.
You may want to notify your co-authors before you fill this survey, so that they agree to share the review excerpts and do not fill the survey for the same submission. After you completed this survey, you will get a link that enables you and your co-authors to review, modify and possibly delete your responses until January 1, 2016.
If you have questions or suggestions, email unofficialCHIauthorsurvey@gmail.com
Yvonne Jansen, University of CopenhagenKasper Hornbæk, University of CopenhagenPierre Dragicevic, Inria