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Posted on behalf Tom Hewitt and Verena Seibert-Giller:

Greetings,

If you haven't heard yet it is possible later this month for you to
combine a visit to Vienna with an opportunity to take one or more
CHI2004 tutorials which can contribute to your professional
development.  The critical dates you need to know are the 24th - 26th
of April, with the rest of the conference on the following three
days.  (See the URL below.)

Or, if you are already planning on going to the CHI 2004 conference
you might you might also give some thought to continuing your
professional development by taking one or more of the CHI 2004
tutorials that wait for you in Vienna.

As have previous years' tutorials co-chairs, this year we have aimed
at offering a program of tutorials which addresses several different
aspects of professional development for CHI Community members or
other people interesting in the various aspects of Human Computer
Interaction (HCI).

If your background is in computer science you will find tutorials
focused on the cognitive and social aspects of HCI.

If your background is in the behavioral sciences you will find
tutorials focused on the computing aspects of HCI.

If you need to hone your understanding of usability work or of
setting up the facilities to collect and analyze usability
information you will find tutorials focused on important usability
aspects of HCI.

If you are a manager or are planning on a move into management or
consulting you will find tutorials focused on the business aspects of
HCI.

If you are interested in knowing more about some of the important new
areas of HCI you will find tutorials focused on Mobile technology and
Robotics (technology which is mobile and you get a chance to "drive
it yourself").

You will find the full listing and descriptions of this year's tutorials
at
http://www.chi2004.org/program/prog_tutorials.html

And remember, "Vienna waits for you."

Rgds,

--Verena Seibert-Giller and Tom Hewett, CHI2004 Tutorials Co-Chairs

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