• The SIGCHI Lifetime Research Award is presented to individuals for outstanding contributions to the study of human-computer interaction. This award recognizes the very best, most fundamental and influential research contributions. It is awarded for a lifetime of innovation and leadership and carries an honorarium of $5000. The criteria for the award are: Cumulative contributions to […]

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  • The SIGCHI Awards recognize and honor leaders and shapers within the field of human-computer interaction. Recipients are normally chosen from reasonably active members of the SIGCHI Community. SIGCHI presents awards in six categories: SIGCHI Lifetime Research Award SIGCHI Lifetime Practice Award SIGCHI Lifetime Service Award SIGCHI Social Impact Award SIGCHI Special Recognition Award Election to […]

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  • A collection of resources to support global HCI Education. About this collection The educational resources hosted through SIGCHI have been voluntarily provided by members of the global HCI community. While these resources are currently curated by researchers associated SIGCHI, we are moving towards a more open and inclusive model that relies on the community for content […]

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  • To Join the Revolution in Human-Computer Interaction You Need to Make the First Move…Sign up for Sigchi Membership Now! ACM SIGCHI As an ACM SIGCHI member, you will enjoy opportunities to network with HCI professionals in a variety of disciplines, receive the bi-monthly interactions in print. You also get discounts or membership rates on many […]

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  • Reports submitted to the SIGCH Executive Committee and other venues between 2011-2014 are posted below. Article in Interactions Magazine Our work was recently featured as the cover story to the March-April issue of Interactions Magazine. You can view the article online here. Report submitted to the Executive Committee Executive Summary Just as Tom Hewett and […]

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  • Mini Bios of Researchers Elizabeth Churchill, Jenny Preece, and Anne Bowser. Dr. Elizabeth Churchill, Vice President, ACM SIGCHI Elizabeth Churchill is Director of Human Computer Interaction at eBay Research Labs in San Jose, CA. She previously worked at Yahoo! Research where she founded and managed the Internet Experiences Group, at PARC (the Palo Alto Research Center) where […]

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  • Information on the 2011-2013 research on HCI Education About the 2011- 2014 Research ACM SIGCHI conducted a research project to understand emerging subjects, topics, and challenges in the field of HCI between March 2011 and December 2014. This work was led by Elizabeth Churchill, Jennifer Preece, and Anne Bowser. For more information about these researchers, […]

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  • SIGCHI Local Chapters are unique in bringing locally together practitioners, academics and students in the field of HCI. Chapters offer a range of benefits to their members. While each chapter has its own approach, most offer presentations from invited speakers, networking opportunities, and job boards. Some chapters host their own local conferences and hold contests […]

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  • SIGCHI conducted a research project between March 2011 and December of 2014 to better understand the current state of global academic and advanced practitioner education. About the 2011-2014 Research Information on the 2011-2013 research on HCI Education Researcher Biographies Mini Bios of Researchers Elizabeth Churchill, Jenny Preece, and Anne Bowser. Research Reports Reports submitted to […]

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  • SIGCHI is committed to being a community open and welcoming to academics, researchers, and practitioners with disabilities. If you have concerns about accessibility of the SIGCHI website, publications or general concerns about physical accessibility at any SIGCHI sponsored events including conferences, please email the SIGCHI Executive Committee at SIGCHI-ACCESSIBILITY (at) listserv (dot) acm (dot) org. […]

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