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If you have not yet done so, it's time to seriously consider attending CHI
2011 this year. The ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
is the premier international conference of human-computer interaction. CHI 2011
focuses on leveraging our diversity and connecting people, cultures,
technologies, experiences, and ideas. CHI 2011 will be held from May 7-12th
at the Vancouver Convention Centre in gorgeous, energetic, sophisticated
Vancouver BC. There were a record number of content submissions across most
venues and an exciting program has been assembled.

*Program updates:*
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*The plenary speakers have been announced:
http://chi2011.org/program/plenaries.html. The opening keynote speaker is
Howard Rheingold and the closing keynote will be given by Ethan Zuckerman.
In addition, information about Bill Buxton's exhibit of interactive devices
(http://chi2011.org/program/plenaries.html) and other special events like
the town hall meeting (http://chi2011.org/program/specialevents.html) is now
posted.*
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The full advance program with presentations is now online. There may still
be some minor scheduling tweaks, but the content is now complete and is
searchable by author or affiliation, as well as available in a schedule
view.
http://chi2011.org/program/index.html

Course information is also available:http://chi2011.org/program/courses.html

Listings of other accepting content, including WIP posters and interactivity
will be posted soon.

*Reminder: Final week for early registration*
*
*The early registration deadline is March 15th - make sure to register by
then to take advantage of $200 in savings over the regular rate.
http://chi2011.org/attending/registration.html

Further information for those attending CHI is available at
http://chi2011.org/attending/index.html:
 o Housing and Accommodation <http://chi2011.org/attending/housing.html>
 o Registration <http://chi2011.org/attending/registration.html>
 o Obtaining a Canadian visa <http://chi2011.org/attending/visas.html>

The official website for visitors to Vancouver is www.tourismvancouver.com

Visit the CHI 2011 web site for further information and to connect with CHI on
Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr.

http://chi2011.org/

Regards,

Kirstie Hawkey
CHI 2011 Publicity Chair
on behalf of the CHI 2011 Committee

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