Bridging a Bridge: Bringing Two HCI Communities Together
ACM SIGCHI is the largest association for professionals in HCI that bridges computer science, information science, as well as the social and psychological sciences. Meanwhile, a parallel HCI community was formed in 2001 within the Association of Information Systems (AIS SIGHCI) community. While some researchers have already bridged these two HCI sub-disciplines, the history and core values of these respective fields are quite different, offering new insights for how we can move forward together to sustain the future of HCI research. The main goal of this workshop is to begin building a bridge between these two communities to maximize the relevance, rigor, and generalizability of HCI research.
Djamasbi, S., Galletta, D. F., Nah, F. F., Page, X., Robert, L. P., & Wisniewski, P. J. (2018). Bridging a Bridge: Bringing Two HCI Communities Together. Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (2018, Montreal, Canada), 2018
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1145/3170427.3170612
2018 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI '18 (2018: Apr. 21-26, Montreal, Canada)
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Keywords and Phrases
Computation theory; Human engineering; Core values; Hci researches; Interdisciplinary; Methods; Sub-disciplines; Theory; Human computer interaction; Human-Computer Interaction; Interdisciplinary; Methods; Theory
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