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"Schneider, Kiki" <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 27 Mar 2006 10:14:16 -0500
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Registration for HCIL's 23rd Annual Symposium is now open. To register
please visit:


The HCIL's Annual Symposium will highlight the cutting-edge research
being conducted in the
Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory at the University of Maryland. The
Symposium will 
take place Thursday, June 1st, followed by a day of tutorials and
workshops Friday, June 2nd.

There will be a series of talks followed by demonstrations of all of the
lab projects with
time to meet and talk with researchers in an informal setting.


2006 Talks:


Visual Interfaces:

Meaningful and Stable Categories Provide Effective Overview of Web
Search Results

Supporting Literary Scholars with Data Mining and Visual Interfaces

Network Visualization to Support Exploration of Supreme Court Decision

Systematic Exploration of Social Networks using the Rank-by-Feature

Could a Single Design Help you Browse Scientific Publication Libraries
and Email Archives?


Public Access:

When Children are Digital Librarians: Reader Response to the
International Children's Digital Library (ICDL)

Children Sharing Stories with ICDL Communities: A Pilot Study in Mexico
and Maryland

Supporting Children's Field Trips with Mobile Technology

An Empirical Analysis of New Voting Technologies


Interaction and Devices:

Thumbs, Studies, Mobility

Eye Tracking as Implicit Feedback for Improving Search Results

3D Annotation and Edits on Physical 3D Models

Pen Based Feedback for Paper Based Interfaces

Hardware Support for Digital Document Navigation

Mobile Mapping, and Personal Travel History


2006 Tutorials: 

Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction

An Introduction to Usability Testing


2006 Workshops:

The Usability and Security of Electronic Voting Systems

Humans and the Semantic Web

Universal Usability


Questions? [log in to unmask] or call (301) 405-2769


Kiki Schneider

Coordinator, HCIL

3175 A.V. Williams Building

University of Maryland 

College Park, MD 20742


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