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!!Putting things into context
* [[Attach:HCI Journal TheThreeParadigmsofHCI.pdf|Three Paradigms of HCI]] by Harrison, Tatar, & Sengers
**talks about three waves of HCI: 1. Human Factors, 2. Cognitive Science (information processing and transmission), and 3. Meaning making (the artifact and its context are mutually defining and subject to multiple interpretations). Recommended by Wendy Kellogg
* [[http://www.chi2007.org/submit/archivesubguide.php |CHI 2007 Call for Papers - Ensuring Results Are Valid]]
* [[http://sigchi.org/conferences/ | CHI past call for papers]]

!!CHI 1997: The last time they tried Paper Types
* [[http://sigchi.org/chi97/call/papers/ | CHI 1997 Types of Papers ]]
* [[http://sigchi.org/chi97/call/papers/papers-guide.html | CHI 1997 Types of Papers - Longer Descriptions]]
* [[http://sigchi.org/chi97/call/papers/papers-insider.html |CHI 1997 Keyword Use]]
**Advice on how to characterize your paper with keywords (and an overview of the review process)
* [[http://sigchi.org/chi97/call/papers/info.html | CHI 97 Other goodies ]]
* [[http://sigchi.org/chi98/call/papers.html | CHI 98]] and [[http://sigchi.org/chi99/call/papers.html | CHI 99]]
** to compare & contrast the above with what came after. Note that Neuman was 99 co-chair.