ACM SGB Meeting Materials, March 8, 2010

March 8, 2010 SGB Meeting

SGB March 8, 2010 Meeting

  • Viability Reviews and New SIG Proposals


SIGACCESS Viability Slides

  • SIGACCESS Viability Slides


SIGACT Viability Slides

  • SIGACT Viability Slides


SIGCAS Viability Slides

  • SIGCAS Viability Slides


SIGDA Viability Slides

  • SIGDA Viability Slides


SIGCSE Viability Slides

  • SIGCSE Viability Slides


Social Computing SIG Proposal

  • Social Computing SIG Proposal


Health Informatics Proposal

  • Health Informatics Proposal


BIO Proposal

  • BIO Proposal


SIGGAME Proposal

  • SIGGAME Proposal


March 8, 2010 SGB Meeting Agenda


SIGGRAPH Viability Slides

  • SIGGRAPH Viability Slides


SIGACCESS DL Revenue

  • SIGACCESS DL Revenue


SIGACT DL Revenue

  • SIGACT DL Revenue


SIGAda DL Revenue

  • SIGAda DL Revenue


SIGCAS DL Revenue

  • SIGCAS DL Revenue


SIGCSE DL Revenue

  • SIGCSE DL Revenue


SIGDA DL Revenue

  • SIGDA DL Revenue


SIGDOC DL Revenue

  • SIGDOC DL Revenue


SIGGRAPH DL Revenue

  • SIGGRAPH DL Revenue


Tech Pack Slides

  • Tech Pack Slides
 

SIGAda Viability Slides

  • SIGAda Viability Slides


SIGDOC Viability Slides

  • SIGDOC Viability Slides


SIG Membership Task Force Slides

  • SIG Membership Task Force Slides


SIGACCESS Viability Report

  • SIGACCESS Viability Report


SIGACT Viability Report

  • SIGACT Viability Report


SIGAda Viability Report

  • SIGAda Viability Report


SIGCAS Viability Report

  • SIGCAS Viability Report


SIGCSE Viability Report

  • SIGCSE Viability Report


SIGDA Viability Report

  • SIGDA Viability Report


SIGDOC Viability Report

  • SIGDOC Viability Report


SIGGRAPH Viability Report

  • SIGGRAPH Viability Report


SGB Minutes - March 8, 2010.rtf


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