The HCI Living Curriculum Committee was born from the idea that the field is evolving too fast and is too varied to have a static, one-size-fits-all curriculum. Scholars in the field have proposed that HCI curriculum recommendations need to be current, relevant, and reflective of the multitude of HCI philosophies and practices that exist in the ever expanding global community . Additionally, previous work recognizes the need to prepare professionals academically in a more robust and structured way to grow user experience (UX) capacity in organizations . One response to the evolution of HCI  is to consider educational…
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