Neha Kumar, Susan Dray
Though every country and context is unique, and much of human-computer interaction (HCI) research aims to design for situatedness, there are lessons we might learn when we work across borders and across contexts. At CHI 2016, 71 participants representing 20 countries and six continents came together to ask questions such as these: What are common themes that tie together different geographic contexts? Could a mobile health project in India benefit from lessons learned from a project in the same domain but in Kenya? How might we, as a global HCI community, work within countries and across them as well?…
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