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British HCI 2015:  many workshops are open events
http://british-hci2015.org/participation/workshops/
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Many of the workshops at the 29th British Human Computer Interaction Conference (HCI 2015) are open events - you can participate even if you haven't submitted a paper.

You will need to register at the conference's RegOnline page:  https://www.regonline.com/british-hci2015.

You can register just for a workshop (or two), or register for the main conference and add a workshop as part of your main registration - the early registration deadline for the main conference is 17 June.

If you have already registered for the main conference, you can go back into your registration to add a workshop.

The workshop websites can be found at http://british-hci2015.org/participation/workshops/.

Workshops on Monday 13 July:

*         Understanding Persuasion: HCI as a medium for persuasion

*         ACI@BHCI (Animal Computer Interaction)

*         The X-Factor: Creating Media Experiences for Life After TV

*         iUBICOM (International workshop on Ubiquitous & Collaborative Computing)

*         HCI and Notions of Democracy, Participation and Self-Organisation

Workshops on Tuesday 14 July:

*         Designing digital creative commons for collaboration in the Performing Arts

*         UK_SHCI: Sustainable HCI in the UK

*         Designing with and for autistic users

*         The use of learning research and theory to inform the design of educational games

British HCI Workshop Co-chairs:
Faustina Hwang, University of Reading ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>)
Asimina Vasalou, UCL Institute of Education ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>)
Mark Doughty, University of Lincoln ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>)


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