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subjectHuman Computer Interaction
authorTessa Lau

Evaluating the Success of Mentoring Programs
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Evaluating the Success of Mentoring Programs

Can HCI evaluation methods help to assess the effectiveness of mentoring programs for women?

Choosing Successful Research
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Choosing Successful Research

How to choose research projects that are more likely to be successful.

What Makes a Good Hci Systems Paper?
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What Makes a Good Hci Systems Paper?

 Proposing a standard for reviewing HCI systems papers.

What the Cloud Means For Hci
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What the Cloud Means For Hci

The CTO roundtable on cloud computing article in a past issue of CACM made me start thinking about what cloud computing really means for HCI and how people will...

Collaborating Across Boundaries
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Collaborating Across Boundaries

In a global world, collaboration and communicating with colleagues in different geographical locations is becoming critically important.  What kinds of tools can...

Venture Research
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Venture Research

HCI research is moving out of the lab and onto the web.  This new style of research -- Venture Research -- calls for a different set of skills and different metrics...

The Future of Applications?
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The Future of Applications?

With the Web delivering richer content to our desktops, why don't today's applications let us seamlessly create that content?

Building a Smarter Web
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Building a Smarter Web

As more information moves to the Web, we need better tools to manage it. Today's tools focus on static Web pages. However, I claim that the Web is becoming a platform...

Hello, Computer
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Hello, Computer

Reflections on the present and future of speech-based interfaces.

Three Misconceptions About Human-Computer Interaction
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Three Misconceptions About Human-Computer Interaction

Three misconceptions about the field of human-computer interaction, as observed by an AI researcher turned HCI researcher in a large corporate research lab
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