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XXV.5 September-October 2018
Page: 68
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The HCI living curriculum as a community of practice


Authors:
Olivier St-Cyr, Andrea Jovanovic, Mark Chignell, Craig MacDonald, Elizabeth Churchill

Over the course of four years, starting in 2011, the SIGCHI Executive Committee interviewed and surveyed HCI educators, professionals, and students to learn about emerging HCI initiatives and needs [1]. The project focused on documenting the current HCI landscape, inviting interviewees and survey participants to share what, from their perspectives, were the top priorities for HCI as a field, and, following from that, what should be the priorities going forward for teaching and training. Insights In addition to identifying key areas of focus (listed in [1]), HCI educators and mentors were concerned about the problems they encountered with…




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