HCI - Highlights 2018
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With the publication of Blythe/Monk (Eds), Funology 2. From Usability to Enjoyment, the series has reached the milestone of 100 volumes.
Multidisciplinary in approach, titles focus on theoretical perspectives, practical approaches, and social issues.
Titles published within the series are included in Thomson Reuters' Book Citation Index, The DBLP Computer Science Bibliography and The HCI Bibliography.
Find detailed series information here: Human-Computer Interaction Series
The Springer Series on Cultural Computing presents the current research and knowledge of a broad range of topics including creativity support systems, digital communities, the interactive arts, cultural heritage, digital museums and intercultural collaboration. The title Computation and the Humanities was published Open Access in the series.
The 20th volume Tele-improvisation: Intercultural Interaction in the Online Global Music Jam Session is in preparation.
Find detailed series information here: Springer Series on Cultural Computing