CHI 2003 April 5-10, 2003 Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA By looking more closely at special areas of focus, the human-computer interaction community will attempt to broaden its influence on user interfaces. CHI 2003, the next annual conference sponsored by ACM SIGCHI, will include the successful program tracks of the past CHI conferences, and add three special areas: Mass Communication and Interaction, Emotion, and e-Learning. "Since interactive media are increasingly used to communicate, teach or entertain (and not just to "do work"), these special areas are expected to generate significant interest for the HCI community since these areas touch all…
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