Due to the COVID-19 situation, the conference team has decided to postpone the Designing for Play in New Nordic Childhood Conference until
As originally planned, the first two days of the conference will take place in LEGO House Billund, March 3-4, 2021. The final day will also take place in the original venue, University College Copenhagen Carlsberg Campus on March 5, 2021.
We have firmly opted for a physical conference as a way of renewing the bonds of the BIN network and bringing together practitioners and researchers from the different fields that concern the topic. We hope to make the conference more than an occasion for presenting research findings, an opportunity for growing the community, venturing into new fields of interest and greater integrations of rich and diverse backgrounds.
Registration and ticket orders will continue to be available on this page. For group ticket inquiries or EAN-no.orders please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will work to update all our platforms with the accurate information during the summer.
For authors and contributors
In planning of the postponed event, we will protect the work already done thus included the accepted proposals from all tracks to be part of the conference programme. The review process has been concluded and the acceptance of papers, panels, workshops and art & demos remains in place for the postponed conference. However, we will consider the possibility of opening for a second round of submissions for revised proposals that have been rejected in this round as well as new submissions. We will provide more details in the coming months along with information on the registration process (e.g. full paper contribution details, fee payments, speaker programme etc.). Meanwhile, we encourage all who have been accepted to develop your proposals and papers further for having camera-ready versions by late fall 2020.
One again, we thank you for your interest in being part of the conference and we look forward to seeing you all in March 2021.
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