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OZCHI 2001 is hosting the following Tutorials and Workshops. Full details
at: http://www.we-bcentre.com/events_ozchi2001.html

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TUTORIALS (20 November 2001, Perth, Australia)

'Beyond Research and Beyond Usability: Measuring Experience Design'
Presented by
Jonathan Arnowitz, Nuon Valley Ventures, USA
Jared Braiterman, jaredRESEARCH, USA

'Designing and Developing for Accessibility'
Presented by
Gian Sampson-Wild, Stanley & Milford, Melbourne, Australia

'Let's Get Small: Experience Design for the Mobile Internet'
Presented by
Vincent Helyar, The Hiser Group London, UK
David More, The Hiser Group Sydney, Australia

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WORKSHOPS (20 November 2001, Perth, Australia)

'Talking Head Technology Workshop'
Organized by:
Andrew Marriott, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Simon Beard, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Roberto Pockaj, University of Genoa, Italy

'Usability of Mobile Devices Workshop'
Organized by:
Oliver Weidlich, The Performance Technologies Group, Sydney, Australia

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OZCHI 2001 is The Annual Conference of the Australian Computer-Human
Interaction Special Interest Group of The Ergonomics Society of Australia.


http://www.we-bcentre.com/events_ozchi2001.html
All rates advertised on the OZCHI 2001 website are in Australian dollars.
For very approximate conversion rates:
ONE US DOLLAR = TWO AUSTRALIAN DOLLARS
ONE UK POUND = THREE AUSTRALIAN DOLLARS





Wally Smith
OZCHI 2001 Chair
School of Management Information Systems
Edith Cowan University
Pearson Street, Churchlands
Western Australia 6018

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