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Daniela Busse <[log in to unmask]>
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Daniela Busse <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 10 Oct 2018 15:39:06 -1000
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*One week left to submit a Course proposal to CHI'19!*

Thinking of  submitting a COURSE proposal CHI'19? The deadline is Oct 17th
to submit your high-level proposal - next week Wednesday.

If your proposal is accepted (we will let you know by Nov 28), your final
teaching materials will then be due in March 2019. Courses can be one 80
mins session long, or up to four consecutive 80 mins sessions, depending on
how much material you're proposing to cover.

*Course submissions typically fall into the following categories:*

   - Foundational concepts of HCI research and UX practice
   - Specialized courses with significant depth in specific established
   and/or emerging areas of research and practice (see *Hot Topics* below)
   - Tools and Methods courses which offer hands-on practical skill
   development in methodologies, technologies, research/design/development
   approaches, etc
   - CHI Academic/UX Professional skills (such as writing/reviewing papers,
   giving presentations, UX management skill set, etc).

*Hot Topics:*

   - Making/Fabrication/Prototyping/Sketching
   - Computational Interaction
   - Statistics for HCI/Quantitative Research/Data Science
   - Big data / Machine Learning/AI for Research/Design
   - Blockchain
   - Critical Design
   - Virtual/Augmented Reality
   - Voice/screen-less interaction
   - UX Research, Design, and Innovation
   - Social Cause HCI (Sustainability/Circular Design, Feminist HCI, Civic
   Engagement, etc)
   - Ethics in HCI Research + Design
   - Diversity and Inclusion
   - Tools, Skills, and Methodologies of interest to the CHI audience
   - HCI professional skills
   - The ACM SIGCHI curriculum
   on Foundations of HCI
   - and more!

See the CHI'19 website for more information:

Any questions, just ask! :)

Looking forward to your submission ~

*Daniela Busse, Paul Cairns, and Evangelos Karapanos *
CHI 2019 Courses Co-Chairs
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