Human Computation now accepting submissions

The interdisciplinary journal Human Computation is now accepting
manuscripts (http://hcjournal.org/ojs/HC-flyer.pdf). The editorial board
is inviting high-quality contributions in the field of Human Computation
from all related disciplines. This is an open-access, community-driven
journal with no author or subscriber fees.

Human Computation is an international and interdisciplinary forum for
the electronic publication and print archiving of high-quality scholarly
articles in all areas of human computation, which concerns the design or
analysis of information processing systems in which humans participate
as computational elements.

The journal aims to bring together Human Computation (HC) results and
perspectives from a wide field of HC-related disciplines, such as
Artificial Intelligence, Behavioral Sciences, Citizen Science, Cognitive
Science, Complexity Science, Computer Science, Evolutionary Biology,
Economics, HCI, Philosophy and others. Subtopics may include novel or
transformative applications of HC, interfaces, methods and task design,
result aggregation and selection methods, mechanism design, software and
infrastructure development, user studies related to HC, and others.

We are now accepting submissions.  The first issue will be published in
early Fall of 2014. To be considered for this issue, submissions must be
received by July 31.  More information on the submission guidelines and
process can be found on the journal site: http://hcjournal.org.