CFP: HCI Remixed - reflective essays on influential work (IxD)

19 Apr 2006 - 2:03pm
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Tom Erickson

The HCI Remixed Project -- Call for Participation

We are inviting you to contribute to a unique project for the HCI
community: HCI Remixed! Our aim is to produce a collection of essays
in which researchers and practitioners reflect on a paper or other
piece of work by someone else, that is at least 10 years old, and
that has had a personal impact on their view of or approach to HCI.

We intend the essays to be brief (up to about 1800 words), personal
in tone, and reflective in nature. In form they are similar to book
reviews, but rather than taking a critical stance the goal is for
each essay to examine the positive impacts the work has had. We
believe that a collection of such work will provide a unique
perspective on how HCI has developed, will direct readers to
forgotten or underappreciated work, and will perhaps remind them that
their own work, by influencing others, can have a lasting impact on
the future of HCI.

The status of the project is that we've signed a letter of agreement
with MIT Press to publish a book, contingent, of course, on their
final approval; we also intend to launch a blog associated with the

A full description of the HCI Remixed Project, including Frequently
Asked Questions (FAQ), submission process, and deadlines are
available on our web pages:

The schedule:
* May 12, 2006 or earlier - Statement of interest, indicating the
work you would like to write about, and a one paragraph synopsis of
your essay. **Be sure to visit our web site before writing this.**
* We will reply to your statement of interest as quickly as possible.
* June 23, 2006 - Polished Essay Due
* Week of July 10, 2006 - Accept/Reject Notifications

If you have questions that are not addressed by our website and our
FAQ, or if you would like to discuss possible essay topics, please
contact us at: project at

Best regards,
Thomas Erickson
David McDonald

HCI Remixed Project
Thomas Erickson and David McDonald
project at

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