HCI - Highlights 2017
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We would like to present to you Springer's latest news and highly influential publications in the field of human computer interaction. What have been the hottest topics in the field and what have your peers been reading most in recent years?
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Read and download 40 most popular articles from a selection of 8 human computer interaction journals, published between 2015 and 2017.
All articles are freely accessible through 31st May 2017, with open access articles freely available online on a permanent basis.
Cognition, Technology & Work
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Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)
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International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces
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Personal and Ubiquitous Computing
More about Personal and Ubiquitous Computing
Universal Access in the Information Society
More about Universal Access in the Information Society
User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction
More about User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction
More about Virtual Reality
Browse & preview recommended new titles on latest research results published with Springer in 2017 & 2016.
This section lists highly downloaded publications including Game Analytics edited by Seif El-Nasr/Drachen/Canossa with over 97,000 downloads to date. Find the most frequently used books in human computer interaction based on information from Bookmetrix.
*For the books listed: You will only have access to the complete books online if your library has purchased our ebook collection in computer science.
We are pleased to announce that three Springer editors/authors were honored with SIGCHI Awards.
Lifetime Practice Award:
Ernest Edmunds, a pioneer computer artist and HCI innovator.
Authored Explorations in Art and Technology and more Springer content
Lifetime Research Award:
Brad A. Myers, member of the CHI Academy, fellow of the IEEE and ACM, and winner of nine best paper type awards and three most influential papaer awards.
Brad is editorial board member of the HCI series and has published articles with us.
Congratulations! HCII 2016 awarded a prize for each of the fifteen affiliated conferences'/thematic areas' best papers. More on HCII Awards.
Click here for the award winning articles, all published in LNCS, LNAI and CCIS
Overloaded and Biased? Using Augmented Cognition to Understand the Interaction between Information Overload and Cognitive Biases
by Randall K. Minas and Martha E. Crosby
The Behavioral Analysis for Cross-Cultural Understandings using Place Oriented Internet Radio
by Ayaka Ito and Katsuhiko Ogawa
The Gamification of Cognitive Training: Older Adults’Perceptions of and Attitudes toward Digital Game-Based Interventions
by Walter R. Boot, Dustin Souders, Neil Charness, Kenneth Blocker, Nelson Roque and Thomas Vitale
Towards Emotionally Intelligent Machines: Taking Social Contexts into Account
by Han Lin, Han Yu, Chunyan Miao and Lin Qiu