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Vol.37 No.4, December 2005
 
Notification of Officer Slate to SIGCHI Membership
Announcing the SIGCHI Officer slate for the upcoming 2006 elections.
Building a Better Partnership Between SIGCHI and HFES
Mary Czerwinski outlines steps towards building a better partnership between SIGCHI and HFES.
Reflections on UIST 2005
Meredith Morris gives her reflections on the recent UIST 2005 conference in Seattle.
An Interview with Tomer Sharon - Chair IsraCHI, Israel
Tomer Sharon, Chair of IsraCHI, answers questions about the state of HCI in Israel
Call for Reviewers: ACM Computing Reviews
ACM Computing Reviews is seeking to expand its coverage of current computing literature, especially in HCI.
Vol.37 No.3, September 2005
 
Call For Nominations For SIGCHI Officer Elections
There are several elected positions up for the ACM SIGCHI Executive Committee for 2006. Candidate nominations are due no later than September 15, 2005.
An Update on the Call for Nominations for Officer Elections
Kevin Schofield gives an important update on the SIGCHI elections process.
HFES Plans Release of Draft Recommendations for User Interfaces
The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society will soon be releasing documents as part of the HFES 200 project, aimed at increasing the accessibility, learnability, and ease of use of software user interfaces.
Exciting Innovations for CHI 2006
Dennis Wixon, Vice President of Conferences for SIGCHI, discusses some exciting innovations for the upcoming CHI 2006 conference.
Update from the ACM Professions Board
A recent progress report from the ACM Professions Board, designed to attract and support practicing software professionals.
Eighteenth Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology
Mary Czerwinski and Patrick Baudisch give a tantalizing preview of the upcoming UIST 2005 conference.
An Interview with Jinwoo Kim, Professor of HCI at Yonsei University, Korea
Apala Chavan reports on her interview with Jinwoo Kim, Professor of HCI at Yonsei University, Korea. This is another in a series of interviews conducted to help SIGCHI members learn more about the state of HCI around the world.
Vol.37 No.2, May 2005
 
Reflections on CHI 2005
Marla Nordt reflects on the CHI 2005 experience.
On Communication -- Welcome to the SIGCHI EC Blog
An EC Blog has been developed to facilitate direct and immediate communication between the Executive Committee and SIGCHI community.
Minutes from Breakout Session Reports
From the SIGCHI Executive Committee Meeting held January 15, 2005 in Portland, OR
Minutes From Discussion About Local Chapters
From the SIGCHI Executive Committee Meeting held January 15, 2005 in Portland, OR
Minutes from Discussion About Publications
From the SIGCHI Executive Committee Meeting held January 15, 2005 in Portland, OR
Minutes from the EC's Discussion on Volunteers
From the SIGCHI Executive Committee Meeting held January 15, 2005 in Portland, OR
A Review of Human Memory
The limitations of human memory have been studied extensively at the individual level in the field of cognitive psychology, and memory phenomena at the group level have recently received attention in the field of CSCW in the context of groupware applications. There is clearly a need for CSCW researchers and developers to have an understanding of the limitations of human memory, but what resources should one use to develop the requisite background in this area? This review addresses this question by examining a recent textbook in cognitive psychology, Human Memory: An Introduction to Research, Data, and Theory (2nd Edition) by Ian Neath and Aimee Surprenant.
Review of Mixing Methods in Psychology
This collection of 12 essays attempts to justify the relevance of qualitative methods in psychological research, and to give theoretical arguments and practical advice on the integration of qualitative and quantitative methods. As with most edited books, some chapters are more illuminating and helpful than others. We highly recommend this book as an important step in the advancement of psychological methodology; we also believe this book to be of great import to the HCI community, and will focus on those chapters we believe to be of high quality and particular relevance to HCI.
Bonnie John Elected to CHI Academy
 
Don Patterson Receives CHI Lifetime Service Award
 
Gary Perlman Receives CHI Lifetime Service Award
 
Gregg Vanderheiden Receives CHI Social Impact Award
 
John Gould Elected to CHI Academy
 
John Morris Receives CHI Lifetime Service Award
 
Marilyn Tremaine Receives CHI Lifetime Service Award
 
Ron Baecker Elected to CHI Academy
 
Sarah Bly Receives CHI Lifetime Service Award
 
Susan Dumais Elected to CHI Academy
 
Saul Greenberg Elected to CHI Academy
 
Tom Landauer Receives CHI Lifetime Achievement Award
 
Vol.37 No.1, March 2005
 
HCI INTERNATIONAL 2005
A Preview of HCI INTERNATIONAL 2005 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
Reflections on UIST 2004
Attending ACM's User Interface Software and Technology Conference 2004: A First Experience.
Facilitating Discussion Within the SIGCHI Bulletin Website
Facilitating Discussion Within the SIGCHI Bulletin Website
Vicki Hanson Named ACM Fellow
Dr. Vicki L. Hanson, Manager of Accessibility Research at IBM’s Thomas J. Watson Research Center, has been named an ACM Fellow for contributions to computing technologies for people with disabilities. Article by Dr. John Richards.
 

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