Arne Berger, Dhaval Vyas
Doing fieldwork is an excellent remedy for HCI researchers' potential biases. However, thorough fieldwork requires proper preparation, and sometimes extensive planning and support from local communities. As such, supporting researchers in getting a glimpse of what it's like to do fieldwork in a particular area would be a worthwhile addition to HCI conferences. Last year, we were fortunate to spend time with fellow researchers as part of two HCI conferences, and a great deal of that time took place in the field, outside the conference venues. The CHI 2017 workshop "Asserting Agency in the Age of IoT" was held…
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