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Thu, 8 May 2003 07:57:51 -0400
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Usability Professional Development Conference - June 7th

We are pleased to announce the return of the Professional Development
Series - with a twist! We are calling it a Professional Development
Conference, and it all happens in a single day: Saturday, June 7 at Sun
Microsystems in Burlington MA.

Topics include e-Learning, designing for usability, remote usability,
usability as part of the engineering lifecycle, and more. Benefits
include timely topics, professional presenters (eight top-notch and
respected speakers!), networking opportunities, a convenient location,
and an unbeatable price! Register by May 20 and you'll enjoy a full day
for only $99!

Visit us online at to learn more
and get registered.

This event is open to both ACM members and non-members, so pass this
message along to anyone who might be interested. Please join us for a
lively and very instructive day!

About SIGCHI and Greater Boston SIGCHI

SIGCHI is a forum for the study of human-computer interaction (HCI) and
includes research and development efforts leading to the design and
evaluation of user interfaces. The focus of SIGCHI is on how people
communicate and interact with computer systems. SIGCHI serves as a forum
for the exchange of ideas among computer scientists, human factor
scientists, psychologists, social scientists, systems designers and end
users. (from ACM

Greater Boston SIGCHI is the Boston area chapter of ACM's Special
Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction. Our members, from
throughout New England, share ideas and experiences on the rapidly
growing and changing area of how computers and people interact.