Bonnie Nardi, Bill Tomlinson, Donald Patterson
Sustainable HCI Education Over the past several years, there has been a movement afoot within the academic community to develop new ways to teach sustainable HCI. These efforts have taken a step away from incremental or individualistic forms of sustainability, which focus on issues such as efficiency, persuasive technologies, and behavior change. Instead, they are addressing societal and systemic forms of sustainability, with an awareness of the need for both the mitigation of and adaptation to climate change, global limits, and the idea that the growth characteristic to industrial civilization for several centuries may not be infinite. In this…
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