Arnie Lund, Bo Begole
SIGCHI has from the beginning been a community of communities. The field of human-computer interaction is built on the principles of diversity, balance, collaboration, and evolution. The strength of SIGCHI lies in seeing problems from multiple viewpoints and integrating expertise from multiple domains to find solutions and drive the creation of new technologies. New communities of practice bring fresh perspectives by sharing research findings and methods in those areas, stimulating innovation, and attracting and nurturing new researchers and practitionerssometimes leading to further specialized communities. At times the original vision that serves as the catalyst for community disappears into the…
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