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HCI 2008 runs from the 1st -5th September in Liverpool, European City
of Culture.   The first two days of the week are given over to
workshops, tutorials and the ever important Doctoral consortium.
This email serves to provide an overview of the Tutorial programme.


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MONDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER

T1: LOW COST PROTOTYPING
Stephen Brown, Andreas Holzinger

This hands-on tutorial provides practical guidance on how to resolve
web design issues quickly using paper prototypes. Delegates work in
teams to produce and test paper-based micro Website designs.


T2: RESEARCH METHODS FOR HCI
Paul Cairns, Anna L Cox, Harold Thimbleby, Natalie Webb
A one-day tutorial on research methods for HCI presented by
contributors to the forthcoming "Research Methods for HCI" book,
Cambridge University Press.


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TUESDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER

T3: PROVOKING CREATIVE DESIGN: MAKING IT SCALE (1/2 DAY)
Neil Maiden, Sara Jones

Creativity is indispensable for innovative interactive system
development, and this tutorial is relevant to anyone involved in large
projects that are
exploiting new technologies or developing new interactive systems and media.


T4: USING PERSONAS EFFECTIVELY
Peter Bagnall
Learn to conduct user research aimed at persona creation, and to
effectively use those
personas on large and small projects, from an experienced designer who
worked with their inventor, Alan Cooper.


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Full day tutorial delegates 220.00
Half day tutorial delegates 130.00

There is no compulsion to attend the main HCI conferences however we
do recommend HCI 2008, as it remains the premier European HCI
conference attracting and international array of presenters and attendees.


Peter J Wild & Abdennour El Rhalibi
HCI 2008 Workshop and Tutorial Chairs.

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