Summer School on Research Methods in Human-Computer Interaction is a training school mainly targeting PhD students, researchers and skilled practitioners. It will take place in Dubrovnik, Croatia from 11th to 15th July, 2016. Participants will be awarded 4 ECTS upon full participation in the course. See here (http://idlab.tlu.ee/rmhci/) for additional information.
The overarching aim of this course is to improve participants’ understanding of significant research methods commonly or increasingly used in the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Such enhanced understanding will enable them to select and combine appropriate research methods for their specific HCI projects and to contextualise them without unintended impacts on validity. The theme of this year’s training school is Ambient Assisted Living.
PhD students, researchers and skilled practitioners interested in participating in this training event can read more about the registration process here (http://idlab.tlu.ee/rmhci/?page_id=366). AAPELE will sponsor (700 EUR) up to 20 students. Non-cumulative support from ACM is also available.
This training event is sponsored by COST Action AAPELE, EstCHI, and Cyprus SIGCHI and CroACM (these are local chapters of ACM SIGCHI and ACM) and co-organised by Tallinn University, University of Zagreb, and University of Dubrovnik. This event started with COST Action TwinTide in 2012 and has since been organised annually with generous sponsorship from ACM SIGCHI and other institutions.
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