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American Time Use Research Conference and Workshop

Conference June 25-26, 2009; Workshop, June 22-24, 2009


Thursday and Friday
June 25-26, 2009
Inn and Conference Center
University of Maryland

Since the American Time Use Survey was launched in 2003, interest in time use research among American social science researchers has grown considerably. This conference will give the members of this growing community an opportunity to interact with one another and share what they are learning.

Conference Sessions

Paper presenters and discussants

See available papers here.

Roster of participants

Poster presenters

Information on poster sizes and tips

General information

Note: papers and other documents can no longer be submitted using the dedicated conference email address. If you wish to submit a revised paper or other document, contact Dr. Katharine Abraham.

See latest Conference Program.

See original call for papers.

See papers from previous ATUS conferences.


Monday through Wednesday
June 22-24, 2009
University of Maryland Campus

The ATUS-X Workshop will be held on the University of Maryland campus June 22-24, 2009. The workshop is designed primarily for researchers who are new to the analysis of time use data. The three days will include presentations from BLS staff members, the research team that developed the ATUS-X, and other experienced time use researchers; lab sessions that will provide hands-on experience with using the ATUS-X; and small-group sessions at which participants will have the chance to discuss their own time use research ideas with others who have similar interests. Workshop participants also will have the opportunity to attend the American Time Use Research Conference that will take place immediately following the workshop, on June 25-26, 2009.

See original announcement.


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