|9:30-9:35||Intro and Goals|
|9:36-10:00||Micro Lecture: Clarity and Structure|
|10:01-10:20||Exercise: Structuring CHI Research|
|10:21-10:50||Exercise: Writing the Introduction|
|11:41-12:00||Micro Lecture: On Reviewing for SIGCHI|
|12:01-12:20||Exercise: Dissecting a CHI Paper|
|12:21-12:50||Exercise: Writing a Helpful Review|
Build a brief research plan for a CHI publication (10 minutes)
Present your plans to the group with a brief discussion (10 minutes) of structural flaws or strengths – we will all try to critique the plans
Now, write your own Title, Abstract, and Introduction for the research plan you have developed (30 minutes).
Use the four questions to guide you through the process of writing a fictional CHI paper about this research topic that you have in mind:
Use the same process as many CHI authors:
Pass around your written paragraphs and discuss them in groups, I will assist.
Structured discussion of the following paper:
Matthew Kay, Tara Kola, Jessica R. Hullman, and Sean A. Munson. 2016. When (ish) is My Bus?: User-centered Visualizations of Uncertainty in Everyday, Mobile Predictive Systems. In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’16). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 5092-5103. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/2858036.2858558
Read the paper.
Which parts of the paper are excellent? Why do you think they are excellent?
Read and annotate one of these papers:
Write a review with a focus on:
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