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Reflecting human values in the digital age

Sellen, A; Rogers, Y; Harper, R; Rodden, T; (2009) Reflecting human values in the digital age. Communications of the ACM , 52 (3) pp. 58-66. 10.1145/1467247.1467265.

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A number of academic and industrial researchers participated in a workshop, held in Seville, Spain in March, 2007, to present their views and discuss issues that were essential for the future of human-computer interaction (HCI). The participants participated in the workshop, entitled 'HCI in 2020', expressing a wide range of opinions regarding the the scope and methods relevant to HCI. Researchers participating in the event highlighted the changes being introduced in human values, due to increased interaction with computers and stated that these values needed to be considered as an integral part of HCI technologies. The latest technologies had a significant impact on the transformation of HCI and led researchers to adopt a different approach towards it. These changes and technologies changed the relationship between human values and HCI, including transformation in the end of interface scalability and increasing dependence on technology.

Type: Article
Title: Reflecting human values in the digital age
DOI: 10.1145/1467247.1467265
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/1325106
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