• Gary Marsden Student Development Fund In recognition of Gary Marsden’s contributions and inspiration in HCI4D and support of HCI in the developing world, ACM SIGCHI established the Gary Marsden Student Development Fund in 2015. This fund is especially intended for sponsoring postgraduate students (Master or PhD degree) from and currently based in developing countries to attend SIGCHI (co)sponsored […]

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  • Position papers for the CHI 2014 Workshop, “Developing a Living Curriculum to Support Global HCI Education” The following Workshop papers were written by attendees at the 2014 CHI Workshop, “Developing a Living Curriculum to Support Global HCI Education.” Ashktorab, Z. & Bowser, A. “How do I get back to my homescreen?”: Education on tablet usage […]

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  •   Report of 2012 Education Activities Provided to the EC for feedback in early 2013. Final Report on SIGCHI Education Project, 2011-2014 This report summarizes the activities of the SIGCHI Education Project from 2011-2014. It was presented to the SIGCHI Executive Committee in February 2015.

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  • A curated set of texts HCI is a complex and interdisciplinary topic. For these reasons there is no definitive book, journal article, or even conference that encompasses the diversity of research and practice in HCI. Still- there are resources that students, educators, and even practitioners continually consult in their research and practice. These include the […]

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  • Mapped visualizations of contributions from CHI 2014. CHI 2014, Mapped In order to support a better understanding of the HCI community through visual search and analysis, the SIG CHI Project on HCI Education offers a CartoDB account with a geo-referenced data set, CHI_contributions, which lists the various papers, courses, SIGs, and other types of content […]

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  • A selection of summer internships in Human-Computer Interaction and related fields. About this Resource Summer internships fuse connections between academia and industry, and enable HCI students to gain valuable real-world experience. The list below represents a sampling of positions advertised in 2013. Composing a complete list of open positions is not our intent; rather, this […]

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  • The purpose of the SIGCHI Submissions and Reviewing Policy is to provide a framework within which the conference Venue Chair(s) will design their submissions and reviewing processes for submissions that appear in the conference proceedings. This document is intended to be a policy document, not a process document, and it supplements the ACM Rights and […]

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  • The CHI Academy is an honorary group of individuals who have made substantial contributions to the field of human-computer interaction. These are the principal leaders of the field, whose efforts have shaped the disciplines and/or industry, and led the research and/or innovation in human-computer interaction. The criteria for election to the CHI Academy are: Cumulative […]

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  • The SIGCHI Special Recognition Award is presented to individuals whose vision or works or achievements have significantly influenced and broadly shaped our conceptions of human-computer interaction. Recipients come from a broader population than other SIGCHI awards. For example, they need not be members of the ACM SIGCHI community, and they may not consider human-computer interaction […]

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  • A collection of syllabi for overview, advanced, and topical courses in HCI. About this Resource The syllabi in this collection have been shared by various members of the HCI Community so that others can build off previous work and established expertise. In each case, the creator of a syllabi retains full copyright of their work. […]

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