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An upcoming conference we would like to announce,
-Allison Druin, IDC'2004 Conference Chair


                        ***Conference Announcement***
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The 3rd International Conference on
INTERACTION DESIGN AND CHILDREN (IDC'2004)
June 1-3, 2004
University of Maryland, USA

In Cooperation with ACM SIGCHI

For more information: www.idc2004.org
Papers/Tutorials/Workshops Submission Deadline: Jan. 16, 2004


CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
Opening Keynote Panel:
The Challenges of Interaction Design and Children:
What have we learned from our past?
**Marvin Minsky, MIT
**Alan Kay, Hewlett Packard
**Seymour Papert, MIT/University of Maine
Moderator: David Kestenbaum, National Public Radio

Closing Keynote Panel:
What Can Media Teach Us about Interaction Design and Children?
**Alice Cahn, formerly of the Markle Foundation
**Henry Jenkins, MIT
**Alice Wilder, Blue's Clues
Moderator: David Kestenbaum, National Public Radio

CONFERENCE SUMMARY
In today's schools, homes, and public spaces, children are becoming frequent and
experienced users of technology. As this trend continues, it is increasingly
important to ask if we understand today's young people and can fulfill their
technology needs. With this in mind, IDC 2004 will focus on addressing the
challenges of interaction design for children and explore the opportunities and
impact that new technologies can afford young people in their everyday lives.

To address emerging research and product areas, IDC 2004 will look for papers,
demonstrations, posters, doctoral proposals, tutorials and workshop submissions
that may include at least one of the following broad areas:

        **Emerging technologies for children (e.g., educational simulations,
online games, mobile communications devices, wireless embedded technologies,
authoring/programming tools)
        **The impact these technologies can have on children's lives (e.g., in
schools, at home, in public spaces)
        **New research methods which give children a voice in the design,
development, and evaluation processes (e.g., participatory design methods,
usability testing, etc.)

==========================================
Allison Druin, Assistant Professor
University of Maryland
College of Information Studies and
Institute for Advanced Computer Studies
www.umiacs.umd.edu/~allisond
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Office: +1 301 405 7406

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