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Evaluation Methodologies: A Framework for Collaboration Between HCI Research and Practice

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Author(s)

Jean C. Scholtz

Abstract

AT CHI 2000 a workshop was held on Frameworks for Collaboration between HCI Research and Practice. Attending were HCI researchers, HCI practitioners, and funders of HCI research from different countries. This article contains summaries of the presentations made at the workshop [NOTE: the article being werbed is my presentation summary] and summaries of the four breakout groups at the workshop:1. Why collaborate between HCI research and practice?2. Methods and models for information exchange between HCI research andpractice?3. Who should review / monitor / supervise HCI projects?4. How to set up a call for proposal / tender for HCI funding?
Citation
SIGCHI Bulletin

Keywords

HCI Funding, HCI Practice, HCI research, Information Exchange

Citation

Scholtz, J. (2001), Evaluation Methodologies: A Framework for Collaboration Between HCI Research and Practice, SIGCHI Bulletin (Accessed July 22, 2024)

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Created June 15, 2001, Updated February 17, 2017