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24th Annual Human-Computer Interaction Lab Symposium

Advanced Registration is now closed.

You may register on-site for the Symposium on May 29th - 30th

May 29th:
Registration begins at 8:15am in the lobby of Van Munching Hall.
May 30th : Registration begins at 8:30am in the Lobby of the Computer Science Instructional Center (CSIC).

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Tel: (301) 405-2769

Symposium (Thursday, May 29th)

Paid registrations include a materials package and lunch. 

Industry/Government ($180)
Faculty/Staff ($100) - UMD and other academic institutions
Full-Time Student ($10) - please bring student ID
Press (Free) - if covering event

Tutorials and Workshops (Friday, May 30th)

The tutorials and workshops run in parallel so you may only select one.  Space is limited, so register early!

Tutorial Registration ($200) includes coffee, lunch and any handouts.

T1: Intro to HCI
T2: Introduction to Usability Testing
T3: An Introduction to Spoken Language Technologies
T4: Using Virtual Worlds
T5: An Introduction to Cloud Computing

Workshop Registration ($60) includes coffee, lunch, and any handouts. Registration requires prior authorization from the workshop organizer (click on workshop link for more details).

W1: Consumer Health Informatics
W2: Value Sensitive Design and Digital Libraries
W3: Interactive Visual Exploration of Electronic Health Records
W4: Social Technology for Biodiversity
W5: Treemaps: From Classroom to Boardroom


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