1 Digital Culture and Mobile Communication, The Department2 Princeton University3 University of California4 Technologies in Practice, Theoretical Computer Science, The Department
This workshop will consider the implications for conducting research and technology design within and across global and networked sites of technology production and use. In particular, we focus on transnational practices: that is, seeing technology use beyond a single country or culture, but as evolving in relation to global processes, boundary crossings, frictions and hybrid practices. In doing so, we expand upon existing research in HCI to consider the effects, implications for individuals and communities, and design opportunities in times of increased transnational interactions. We hope to broaden the conversation around the impact of technology in global processes by bringing together scholars from HCI and from related humanities, media arts and social sciences disciplines.
Chi Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2011, p. 61-64
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The ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2011