Reviews and Testimonials
Issues within the culture and design of interaction between humans and computers are addressed by researchers coming from both the computer side and the human side. The areas covered are users' needs and expectations, design approaches, technological approaches, methodological approaches, supporting learning, reflection, and the future. The topics include enhancing the acquisition of social skills through the interacivity of multimedia, a user study on a visual editor to compose rules in active documents, a case study in Malaysia of a location-based visualization tool for tuberculosis and dengue, hand gesture recognition as a means for mobile human computer interaction in adverse working environments, and the impact of visual complexity on children's learning websites in relation to aesthetic preference and learning motivation.
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