Interaction science SIG: Overcoming challenges

A Howes, BR Cowan, Paul Cairns, AJ Hornof, CP Janssen, SJ Payne, Anna Cox, P Pirolli
in CHI EA 2014, Conference paper (text), Toronto, Canada

Abstract

Over the past 30 years science has played a key role in shaping and advancing research in Human-Computer Interaction. Informed in part by methods, theories and findings from the behavioral sciences and from computer science, scientific contributions to HCI have provided explanations of how and why people interact through and with technology. We argue that the contribution of science to HCI could be enhanced if key challenges are met. During a SIG meeting we will discuss the challenges and potential responses and set an agenda for the coming years.