HCIL Symposium 2022

MAY 26, 2022
Hybrid Event (on campus and online)

iSchool master’s student Mayanka Jha discusses a project she and Dr. Hernisa Kacorri conducted at the 36th Annual Symposium in 2019.

HCIL’s 39th Annual Symposium: Program Overview

Download a PDF of the full program here.

Time (ET) Details
9am-10am

10am-12pm




Tutorial: State-of-the-“art”: machine learning for graphics and UI designs

Workshop: Designing effective data visualizations without programming

*To register for either the tutorial or workshop, please select the additional ticket(s) in Eventbrite with your symposium registration. The tutorial and workshop are open to both in-person and zoom attendees.
12pmOn-site registration opens
12:30pm Welcome / beginning of webinar for online attendees
12:50pmPlenary Talks
Dr. Hal Daumé III: From Human Explanation to Model Interpretability
Dr. Hernisa Kacorri: Machine Teaching: How people’s supervision of AI training data can help with accessibility and inclusion
Dr. Tamara Clegg: Data Everyday: Athletes’ Critical Data Literacy Practices in Collegiate Sports
1:50pmLightning Talks
Cluster 1: Child-Centered Design and Learning
Cluster 2: Technology and Aging
2:30pmCoffee Break
2:50pmLightning Talks
Cluster 3: Privacy and Security
Cluster 4: Creativity & AI
3:35pmPanel: Information Quality and Online Influence
Moderator: Cody Buntain
4:30pmLightning Talks
Cluster 5: Accessible and Interactive Design
Cluster 6: Communication and Collaboration
5:25pmWrap Up / end of webinar for online attendees
5:30pmPoster Session and Reception

Getting to / Parking on Campus

Getting here: For information on how to get to the University of Maryland, see this page from UMD’s Campus and Visitor Services.

Parking: The symposium is held during the week before spring and summer semesters on campus. During this week, any vehicle (with or without a current parking permit) may park in any of the numbered lots. UMD has a useful interactive campus map to help you get around campus. Lot 11b is the closest lot to Iribe; if you park there, you have a 6-8 minute walk down Paint Branch Drive or along the bike path that runs along the Paint Branch stream. There is also metered parking on the upper levels of Regents parking garage.

Attending Virtually?

All Zoom registrants will receive a webinar link prior to the event (directly from Eventbrite). If you have not received a link 24 hours before the symposium, please email Sarah Grun at sgrun@umd.edu.