Publications

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  • tldr; Publishing has material costs, and understanding the economics of non-profit publishing is important for meaningful discussions about open access Scholarly societies are non-profit organisations that sustain important community activities by reinvesting revenue from various sources, including publishing If we want universal gold open access, we need to explore other economic models or reduce community […]

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  • SIGCHI is proud to announce that the CHI 2019 Proceedings are the first ACM conference proceedings to include responsive HTML articles.  Look at the new proceedings formats available in the CHI 2019 Proceedings Table of Contents. This is a significant advance in the accessibility of our proceedings, and the benefits to the community as a […]

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  • SIGCHI (Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction) is led by the SIGCHI executive committee. Since SIGCHI first sponsored CHI, we have sponsored nearly 300 conferences and provided in-cooperation support to over 420. SIGCHI currently sponsor 24 conference series which includes CHI and 23 Specialised Conferences which are sponsored (e.g. CSCW and RecSys) or co-sponsored (e.g. UIST and IUI) . In […]

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  • The following blog post was first published in March of 2017. In June SIGCHI was advised of the new ACM Policy Against Discrimination and Harassment for Members and Event Attendees. This blog post remains online as a record from March of 2017 of what was communicated to our membership then. Nothing stated in this post […]

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  • Applications are now invited from SIGCHI student members to represent SIGCHI at the 2017 ACM Turing Celebration Event. ACM’s “50 years of the ACM Turing Award” Celebration will be on June 23-24, 2017. At this, ACM Turing laureates will join other ACM award recipients and experts in moderated panel discussions exploring how computing has evolved and […]

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