The HCI Bibliography is cataloging Internet resources.
Many of these resources have special keywords like:
These are used to generate link indexes on some SIGCHI pages.
There are currently four SIGCHI pages with link indexes
drawn from the HCI Bibliography:
HCI-Sites (287 links in 11 categories)
Education (41 links in 3 categories)
Intercultural Issues (80 links in 12 categories)
Kids and Computers (47 links in 6 categories)
and another special interest area, World-Wide Web, has a site
with links managed by Keith Instone:
Usable Web (349 links in many categories)
The feature "du jour" on the ACM SIGCHI pages is:
Suggest-a-Link! (soon to be called Linkasaurus-Rex)
which is a fill-in form to suggest a link for inclusion.
Each category in each index has a Suggest-a-Link! form to
suggest a link for that category. All it does is insert a
special keyword in the form, which you can change,
or add to. It's pretty rudimentary. There are
only three required fields, but there are about 10
you can fill in. I check these by hand to make sure
they are in good shape.
I have added a category for HCI people on the HCI-Sites
page, Use "Lastname, Firstnames" for the "Title" and
"Firstnames Lastname" for the Author/Contact.
If you do not have a web page, use your email address
as the URL. Add your phone number to the Other Info.
field. Give it your best shot. You'll be on the
page and searchable in the HCI Bibliography. Try: