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Government Roles in HCI

Published

Author(s)

Jean C. Scholtz

Abstract

The chapter describes the key roles that governments play in human-computer interaction: as users of software, producers of information, legislators of standards, and funders of research. For each of these sections the issues involved are described and case studies are briefly described and referenced for further investigation by the readers.
Citation
Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction

Keywords

Accessibility, Human-computer interaction, Standards, usability

Citation

Scholtz, J. (2001), Government Roles in HCI, Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction (Accessed February 29, 2024)
Created October 1, 2001, Updated February 17, 2017