Any work that is of timely and broad interest and that is likely to provoke, intrigue and inspire the CHI audience is welcome for these submissions. These are peer-reviewed, but they are not reviewed to academic journal standards - the criteria here are clarity in communication and potential interest to the audience. The successful submissions in this category are published in the Extended Abstracts (and distributed at the conference) but are not given the academic recognition of archival publication. Submitters of this kind of work should have an interesting piece of work to share, whether it is a built artefact or an experience report, or a topic for discussion. An important facet of these submissions is that, over the years, they help to record the history of actual HCI practice.
There are eight submission types in this category:
- Experience Reports
- Interactive Sessions
- Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
- Work in Progress
- Doctoral Consortium
Please note that Extended Abstract submissions do not need to be anonymised. Author names and affiliations can be stated on the submitted document(s).