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Tue, 6 Apr 2021 13:53:27 -0400
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*Register today
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share this opportunity with your colleagues*

*The HCIL symposium <>, being held
virtual and free this year, *brings together top HCI thinkers and
influencers from academia and industry for presentations on innovative
research on UX accessibility, and other HCI topics; demonstrations of new
technologies; and discussions by key leaders in the HCI field. Be the first
to review our latest research and network with the more than 200 attendees.

Keynotes talks on:

   - User-Centered Design, Children & Health
   - Trace Center’s First 50 years: Accomplishments and Lessons Learned in
   ICT Accessibility System Change
   - Designing a New Medium for Sustainable Knowledge Synthesis
   - Creative Misuse: Tactics for Innovation at the Edges of the Familiar
   - Designing Organizations of the Future: Information Ecology of
   Innovation Ecosystems
   - Managing Digital Accessibility at Universities During the COVID-19

Dedicated Sessions on:

   -  Accessibility/AI

   -  User-Centered Design, Children & Health

   -  Social Media, Visual Analytics & Health

   -  Privacy and Security

   - Information Behavior & Accessibility

   - Learning: Computing & Math

   - Collaboration, Creativity & Design

   - Health, InfoVis & Accessibility

Half-Day Tutorials on:

   - Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction - *Presented by Bill Killam*

   - Human-Centered AI: Trusted, Reliable & Safe and Trustworthy - *Presented
   by* *Ben Shneiderman*

*Review the Symposium Schedule <>
& Reserve your space now

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Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Maryland
*transforming the experience people have with new technologies* | LinkedIn <> | Twitter

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