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"Schneider, Kiki" <[log in to unmask]>
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Schneider, Kiki
Thu, 15 Mar 2007 11:26:11 -0400
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Registration for HCIL's 24th Annual Symposium is now open. To register
please visit:


The HCIL's Annual Symposium will highlight the cutting-edge research
being conducted in the
Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory at the University of Maryland. The
Symposium will 
take place Thursday, May 31st, followed by a day of tutorials and
workshops Friday, June 1st.

There will be a series of talks followed by demonstrations of all of the
lab projects with
time to meet and talk with researchers in an informal setting.


2007 Symposium Talks Thursday May 31st:



Where HCI and Venture Creation Meet

Asher Epstein, Robert H. Smith School of Business


Session I, Interacting:

Supporting the Design Process with Digital Pen Technology

The Next Generation of Electronic Book Readers

Experimental Study of Paper-Based Interfaces


Session II, Understanding:

Children's Storytelling with Mobile Phones

Information Technology and Older Adults

The Social and Ethical Implications of Networked and Ubiquitous

International Impact of the International Children's Digital Library


Session III, Seeing:

Interactive Visualization to Inspire Literary Analysis

The Digital Docket: Tracking the Propagation of Legal Argumentation

Systematic yet Flexible Visualization for Social Network Analysis


Session IV, Finding:

Making Sense of Foreign Language Text and Video

Pattern Search in Medical Patient Records

Finding Knowledge Structure: A Sensemaking Oriented Search Mechanism


2007 Tutorials & Workshops, Friday June 1st: 



Intro to HCI

An Introduction to Usability Testing

Ethnographic Approaches to HCI



Children's Use of Mobile Phones

Collaborative Sensemaking

Social Network Analysis

Health Informatics in an Aging Population


Questions? [log in to unmask] or call (301) 405-2769


Kiki Schneider

HCIL, Coordinator

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