It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to this new forum on HCI education. Human-computer interaction (HCI) as a field continually evolves to embrace the changing landscapes of technology and infrastructure, as well as the expanding capacities and contexts of technology use seen over the past several decades . This evolution is, of course, reflected in the ways we teach and learn HCI. Educators have questioned what it means for HCI education in terms of multidisciplinary rigor , pedagogical transitions , and new paradigms . This forum aims to provide a common platform for HCI educators, practitioners, researchers,…
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