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From: Keith Instone <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 1997 16:06:22 -0500
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Added today to WebHCI <http://www.acm.org/sigchi/webhci> (CAPS are the
WebHCI sections where you can find links to the items):

All Things Web: Terry Sullivan's writing on usable design is GOOD STUFF.

View Source: Netscape's online technical magazine for developers
   is usually pretty technical but has a few RELATED articles.

Designing applications on the Web: Hal Shubin covers the DESIGN of
   applications (not information).

History Day: An event you MIGHT HAVE MISSED where Doug Engelbart, Andy
   van Dam and Ted Nelson speak to the Web community.


Upcoming Events (WHERE TO LEARN MORE)

User Modeling conference is June 2-5 in Italy and features a workshop
   on adaptive hypermedia on the Web.

HCI International is August 24-29 in California and has several
   tutorials and papers about the Web.

WebdevShare '97 is October 19-22 and focuses on Web development
   for higher education administration. May 23 deadline.

CHI 98 is April 18-23 in Los Angeles. The first major deadline
   is September 12.



Keith


Keith Instone                   http://web.cs.bgsu.edu/instone/
Computer Science Department     [log in to unmask]
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403 USA

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