|Venue & Year
|Institutionalizing HCI in Asia
|Andy Smith, Anirudha Joshi, Zhengjie Liu, Liam Bannon, Jan Gulliksen and Christina Li
|The Ins and Outs of HCI for Development
|Nicola Dell and Neha Kumar
|ICT4D research: a call for a strong critical approach
|Opportunities and Challenges in Involving Users
in Project-Based HCI Education
|Wendy Roldan, Xin Gao, Allison Marie Hishikawa, Tiffany Ku,
Ziyue Li, Echo Zhang, Jon E. Froehlich, Jason Yip
|– How do HCI students engage with users
unlike themselves during their design process?
– What value do HCI students perceive in working with users
different from themselves in their design and reflection
Relevant Work in Privacy
|Taking Data Out of Context to Hyper-Personalize Ads: Crowdworkers’ Privacy Perceptions and Decisions to Disclose Private Information
|Julia Hanson*, Miranda Wei*, Sophie Veys, Matthew Kugler, Lior Strahilevitz, Blase Ur
|The Password Doesn’t Fall Far:
How Service Influences Password Choice
Relevant Work in Democracy and AI
|Venue & Year
|Fake News on Facebook and Twitter: Investigating How People (Don’t) Investigate
|Christine Geeng, Savanna Yee and Franziska Roesner
|– How do people interact with misinformation posts on their
social media feeds (particularly, Facebook and Twitter)?
– How do people investigate whether a post is accurate?
– When people fail to investigate a false post, what are the
reasons for this?
– When people do investigate a post, what are the platform
affordances they use, and what are the ad-hoc strategies
they use that could inspire future affordances?