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Community computing as human ‐ computer interaction

John M. Carroll
2001 Behavior and Information Technology  
Six examples are brie¯y discussed. . clarifying the notion of community, used so widely, and yet so lightly, in contemporary HCI discourse;  ...  Better integrating community computing and human ± computer interaction can help to make HCI richer and more comprehensive, conceptually and methodologically.  ...  My research and ideas about community computing are supported by the US National Science Foundation, IIS 0080864.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01449290110078941 fatcat:yi23q36otzcohmhdjjgbrdh2ce

Learnable Computing

Marco Gillies
2021 Extended Abstracts of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
using learning research to inform HCI practice, understanding how people learn software and inspiring us to rethink the aims of this discipline.  ...  This paper proposes that we should consider learning as an important part of all human computer interaction and that theories of learning can make an important contribution to HCI.  ...  Section 3 looks at how constructivist theories of learning can help us understand the role of metaphor in HCI. • Learning research can influence our practice in HCI.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3411763.3450386 fatcat:noukdumbv5ch7fndekbm4sxi5q

Extraordinary computing

Susan P. Wyche, Rebecca E. Griner
2009 Proceedings of the 27th international conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI 09  
First, we provide empirical evidence demonstrating how topics of interest to HCI researchers (e.g., material artifacts, routines, and ICT use) are used for religious purposes.  ...  There are two contributions of this work for the HCI community.  ...  This research was supported in part by a grant from the Intel Research Council. Special thanks to Erika Shehan Poole for her assistance in writing this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1518701.1518817 dblp:conf/chi/WycheG09 fatcat:lscjlvbubfa4lfeysqszzhofoe

Computational Interaction

John Williamson, Antti Oulasvirta, Otmar Hilliges, Per Ola Kristensson
2018 Extended Abstracts of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '18  
Computational interaction methods use computational thinking -abstraction, automation, and analysis -to explain and enhance interaction.  ...  Inference: A principled and robust approach to designing a transformation from input to useful action.  ...  His research is focused on continuous in- teraction systems and computational approaches to HCI, including gesture recognition and motion sensor based interfaces, brain-computer interaction, and new  ... 
doi:10.1145/3170427.3170654 dblp:conf/chi/WilliamsonOHK18 fatcat:xupdzpnrh5embkxq44h2j6hlcu

HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION

Valbon Ademi
2022 Zenodo  
In the beginning computers were ready to be used only by professional people (their developers), while the rest had problems in using them.  ...  The concept of human-computer interaction is one of the most important fields of computer science.  ...  But we really think that the term applies to all of us who do HCI-related work.)  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6480188 fatcat:u7zkho2civakxo7symmmfrsiwi

Human-Computer Interaction [chapter]

Alan Dix
2016 Encyclopedia of Database Systems  
What has this got to do with us, as HCI advocates?  ...  Our values may dictate that we do what someone else wants us to do, or they may make us uncomfortable in specific types of work, but HCI is not value neutral.  ...  Names and address may be used, under our strict control, for mailings judged by the British HCI Group Executive to be of value to the membership.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4899-7993-3_192-2 fatcat:244h67zr3fhgnkneblnccwdyeu

Human–Computer Interaction [chapter]

Alan Dix, Nadeem Shabir
2011 Human Factors and Ergonomics  
What has this got to do with us, as HCI advocates?  ...  Our values may dictate that we do what someone else wants us to do, or they may make us uncomfortable in specific types of work, but HCI is not value neutral.  ...  Names and address may be used, under our strict control, for mailings judged by the British HCI Group Executive to be of value to the membership.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b10855-5 fatcat:o6ssarklwzbpnazlsvta7nquhy

What is computing?

Sarita Yardi, Amy Bruckman
2007 Proceedings of the third international workshop on Computing education research - ICER '07  
We found that teenagers perceived computing to be boring, solitary, and lacking real-world context, yet graduate students described their research as exciting, social, and having a direct and meaningful  ...  in computing.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation BPC program #0634629.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1288580.1288586 dblp:conf/icer/YardiB07 fatcat:e723kfhil5agxo3lmd3ptqre7u

Human-Engaged Computing: the future of Human–Computer Interaction

Xiangshi Ren, Chaklam Silpasuwanchai, John Cahill
2019 CCF Transactions on Pervasive Computing and Interaction  
Debates regarding the nature and role of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) have become increasingly common.  ...  This paper proposes a conceptual framework for ongoing discussion that can give more meaningful and pertinent direction to the future of HCI; we call the proposed approach Human-Engaged Computing (HEC)  ...  Since then, many remarkable colleagues have given their valuable comments and support to this work and to our understanding of the relationship between humans and computers.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42486-019-00007-0 dblp:journals/ccftpci/RenSC19 fatcat:ruyn55wh7bcvll3be5piozeq54

Postcolonial computing

Lilly Irani, Janet Vertesi, Paul Dourish, Kavita Philip, Rebecca E. Grinter
2010 Proceedings of the 28th international conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '10  
Then, through reconsideration of the practices of engagement, articulation and translation in other contexts, we offer designers and researchers ways of understanding use and design practice to respond  ...  We offer postcolonial computing as an analytical orientation to better understand these challenges.  ...  This work is supported by NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, Intel PAPR@UCI, and NSF grants 0712890, 0838601, 0838499, and 0917401.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1753326.1753522 dblp:conf/chi/IraniVDPG10 fatcat:bvfw5owvm5cqnfgkjckur6ei2a

Physiological computing

Jennifer Allanson, Gillian M. Wilson
2002 CHI '02 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems - CHI '02  
Human-computer interaction is evolving beyond interaction based around deliberate user interaction with electromechanical devices.  ...  On the outer reaches of interactive systems research the physical barrier that has thus far defined so much of human-machine interaction is cautiously being breached.  ...  How do the experiences of affective computing researchers compare with those of psychophysiological usability practitioners?  ... 
doi:10.1145/506650.506655 fatcat:2lyflqllv5bxnm76ba5rr6aioa

Physiological computing

Jennifer Allanson, Gillian M. Wilson
2002 CHI '02 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '02  
Human-computer interaction is evolving beyond interaction based around deliberate user interaction with electromechanical devices.  ...  On the outer reaches of interactive systems research the physical barrier that has thus far defined so much of human-machine interaction is cautiously being breached.  ...  How do the experiences of affective computing researchers compare with those of psychophysiological usability practitioners?  ... 
doi:10.1145/506443.506655 dblp:conf/chi/AllansonW02 fatcat:mhujrvtdgngwhbntpesakysrxm

Geographic human-computer interaction

Brent Hecht, Johannes Schöning, Thomas Erickson, Reid Priedhorsky
2011 Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems - CHI EA '11  
Geography is playing an increasingly important role in areas of HCI ranging from social computing to natural user interfaces.  ...  At the same time, research in geography has focused more and more on technologymediated interaction with spatiotemporal phenomena.  ...  Within the field of geography, the opposite has occurred; geographers do more and more research that overlaps with HCI-related topics.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1979742.1979532 dblp:conf/chi/HechtSEP11 fatcat:bvmurrp2qrbwxmt7tldclt7q3a

Geographic human-computer interaction

Brent Hecht, Johannes Schöning, Muki Haklay, Licia Capra, Afra J. Mashhadi, Loren Terveen, Mei-Po Kwan
2013 CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems on - CHI EA '13  
Geography is playing an increasingly important role in areas of HCI ranging from social computing to natural user interfaces.  ...  At the same time, research in geography has focused more and more on technologymediated interaction with spatiotemporal phenomena.  ...  Within the field of geography, the opposite has occurred; geographers do more and more research that overlaps with HCI-related topics.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2468356.2479637 dblp:conf/chi/HechtSHCMTK13 fatcat:n7kxggkdkrepndf4g2tvalgcgy

Human computer interaction

2009 Proceedings of the ITI 2009 31st International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces  
The majority of computer users now do little programming, and this area of HCI has become less widespread, with specialist groups such as the Psychology of Programming Interest Group (PPIG) providing research  ...  System models for HCI The Model Human Processor These results from psychological research give us the basic elements that we need to describe the whole interaction loop of the computer and its user.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iti.2009.5196095 fatcat:b6xe2zeitjefhjaweehmg4hbuq
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