Shneiderman, B., Lewis, C.
March 1992
Behavior & Information Technology 12, 2, 1993, 130-135.
As policymakers and technology planners respond to the grow ingactivity in human-computer interaction, a broad perspective maybe helpful. This article offers a top-down view of current activities and suggests opportunities and challenges for the continued growth of HCI. Partnerships among universities, corporations, government agencies, and professional societies are proposed. Infrastructure needs to support this new discipline are outlined.
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