More information is now available for the conference to be held in Melbourne November this year. This is the conference mini website direct link.
This year's theme is Playing and Learning in Virtual Environments. Presenters should challenge participants to take a fresh look at the questions that arise when people meet in virtual territories to play, to learn, and to share. Participation is purposely limited and there will be no concurrent sessions. Instead, participants are encouraged to attend each presentation and integrate their own perspectives and expertise into the conversation.
There are still a bit of time left for submitting a paper to the conference.
The planning committee has a surprise to the participants. I believe this will be a cognitively very challenging, but fun conference to participate.