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2021 REHEARSALS -
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Most afternoon talks are 13 min in length, including Q&A at the end.
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TIPS FOR SUCCESS:
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Include HCIL logo - the URL of your project page - your email address - the date
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Make Sure Your Talk Clariefies: What is the problem you are trying to solve? Who are your users?
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Make sure your slides are not too wordy. Illustrate Illustrate.Illustrate. Avoid/limit the boring lists of wordy bullet points
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Demo (or show a video) of your interface early on, not at the end of the talk. Thank all your sponsors and collaborators.
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End with a slide with take away message(s) which is/are useful to our general audience.
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Mon May 17
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TimeRegistered? (If not do it NOW - click to register)PresenterTitleFaculty Feedback LeadPeople coming to give Feedback (and everyone is expected to do it )
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9:00yesEmma DixonUnderstanding Information Behavior of People Living with DementiaJoel Chan
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9:30yesJoel ChanEngineering Serendipity: Facilitating Cross-Disciplinary Conversations with Analogical Search
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10:00yesKelsey FultonBenefits and Drawbacks of Adopting a Secure Programming Language: Rust as a case studyJoel Chan
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10:30yesMd Naimul HoqueInteractively Assessing Intersectional Diversity in Organization
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11:00YesDebashish PradhanAssisting Content Creators in making PDF documents AccessibleKyungjun Lee
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11:30YesNoel WarfordStrategies and Perceived Risks of Sending Sensitive Documents
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12:00YesXiaoyun HuangUnderstanding Instagram Users’ Self-Presentation Between Rinsta and FinstaMichelle Mazurek
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12:30yesRachael ZehrungInvestigating Opportunities to Support Kids’ Agency and Well-being: A Review of Kids’ WearablesMichelle MazurekTeja Maddali
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1:00YesShaan ChopraDesigning for & with People with Dementia Using a Human Rights-Based Approachbeth bonsignore, Bill Kules
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1:30YesShaan ChopraLiving with Uncertainty and Stigma: Self-Experimentation & Support-Seeking around Polycystic Ovary SyndromeEmma Dixon
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2:00YesJason FarmanCreative Misuse: Tactics for Innovation at the Edges of the Familiar
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2:30YesKyungjun LeeExploring Head-worn Cameras for Pedestrian Detection with Blind PeopleTeja Maddali
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3:00YesAlisha PradhanDesigning Voice Assistant Technologies with Older AdultsJonggi Hong, Bill Kules
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3:30YesJonggi HongGenerating Accessible Descriptors in Teachable Object RecognizersPramod Chundury
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4:00YesYuhan LinBridging the Gap from Blocks-to-Text: Designs for Supporting Learners moving from Block-based to Text-based ProgrammingUtkarsh Dwivedi, beth bonsignore
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4:30YesHeather KillenOpportunities for Community Building When Using a Hybrid Citizen Science Protocol Pairing Online Data Reporting and Geographically Dispersed Physical Sample Collectionbeth bonsignore
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5:00YesMerijke CoenraadDesigning Computer Science Lessons about Techquitybeth bonsignore, Bill Kules
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Tues, May 18
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TimeRegistered yet? (If not do it NOW - click to register)PresenterTitleFeedback LeadPeople coming to give Feedback (and everyone is expected to do it )
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9:00YesHernisa KacorriDatasets in Wellness, Accessibility and Agingbeth bonsignore, Joel Chan
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9:30YesJonathan LazarManaging Digital Accessibility at Universities During the COVID-19 PandemicJoel Chan
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10:00YesRie KamikuboSupporting Blind People in Recreational ShoppingJoel Chan
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10:30yesShruti DasComparing Privacy Knowledge and Preferences Among Android and iOS UsersDesiree Abrokwa, Kelsey Fulton
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11:00YesPing WangDesigning Organizations of the Future: Information Ecology of Innovation Ecosystems
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11:30YesUtkarsh DwivediExploring Machine Teaching via Co-design with Childrenbeth bonsignore
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12:00YesXin QianAsk Me Anything: Bringing Chatbot Technologies into Interactive Museums of Historical FiguresYuhan Luo, beth bonsignore
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12:30YesNathan ReitingerBuilding a Better Browser Extension for Improving Awareness and Understanding of Online Tracking
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1:00YesPeter MoonInterpreting Representational Fluency in Computational Thinking Enhanced Math Activities
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1:30YesPramod ChunduryTowards Understanding Auditory Affordances for Accessible Visualization: An Interview Study
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2:00Yuhan LuoFoodScrap: Promoting Rich Data Capture and Reflective Food JournalingThrough Speech InputCatherine PlaisantPramod Chundury, Xin Qian
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2:30yesYoung-Ho KimData@Hand: Fostering Visual Exploration of Personal Data on Smartphones Leveraging Speech and Touch InteractionEun Kyoung Choe Catherine Plaisant
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3:00yesCatherine PlaisantIntegrating Prior Knowledge in Mixed Initiative Social Network ClusteringEun Kyoung ChoeYoung-Ho Kim
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3:30YesRachel WoodInvestigating Best Practices for Remote Summative Usability Testing with People with Mild to Moderate DementiaMichelle MazurekBill Kules
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4:00YesRachel Wood“Creatures of Habit” in the Gulf of Friction: Influential Factors to the Adoption of Computer Personalization and Accessibility SettingsMichelle Mazurek
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4:30YesMeagan GriffithMeasuring the Time Impact of Web Accessibility for Blind UsersMichelle MazurekAlisha Pradhan
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5:00YesJoel ChanDesigning a New Medium for Sustainable Knowledge Synthesis
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WED May 19 extra slots ONLY if needed - or second rehearsals
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TimeAMANDA CAN BE FACULTY LEAD FOR ANY TIME TODAY- just email to let me know you booked a slot at lazar@umd.edu
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9:00YesSalma Elsayed-AliExploring Practitioner’s Perspectives on Barriers to Inclusion in Participatory Designbeth bonsignore, Joel Chan
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9:30YesSalma Elsayed-AliCo-Designing Value Sensitive Virtual Environments with Children Using Social VRbeth bonsignore, Joel Chan
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