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HCI 2003 Designing for Society
HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) Conference 2003 will bring together researchers, practitioners, educators and users with interests in the many facets of human-computer interaction, usability and interactive systems.
Relevant issues include design for accessibility and designing for different age groups, including the very young and very old.
The conference includes presentations, workshops, tutorials, interactive demonstrations and other opportunities to meet and discuss with fellow HCI researchers, practitioners, educators and users.
Sessions which may be of interest include:
- Monday 8th September 2003, 09:30-17:00 - Workshop 4: Improving the Accessibility of Distance Learning
- Tuesday 9th September 2003, 09:30-17:00 - Workshop 8: Accessibility Issues for Interactive Television
- Wednesday 10th September 2003, 10:15-11:00 - Keynote Speech: Bob Regan who is Senior Product Manager for accessibility at Macromedia.
- Wednesday 10th September 2003, 11:30-13:00 - Session 2: Accessibility. This session includes papers on: "Two Falls Out of Three in the Automated Accessibility Assessment of World-Wide Web Sites: A-Prompt v. Bobby", and "WebTouch: An Audio-Tactile Browser for Visually Handicapped People".
- Thursday 11th September 2003, 14:30-16:00 - Session 4: UsabilityNews Accessibility Project: Making a Web Site Accessible "after" it is Live.
Date: from 07 September, 2003 to 11 September, 2003
Venue: University of Bath, Bath, England
Event website: http://www.bcs-hci.org.uk/hci2003/
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