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The future of child-computer interaction

  • Allison Druin
  • Gary Knell
  • Elliot Soloway
  • Daniel M. Russell
  • Elizabeth Mynatt
  • Yvonne Rogers
CHI EA 2011: Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference extended abstracts on human factors in computing systems, ACM, New York, NY, pp. 693-696


In this panel, academic, non-profit, and industry professionals will ask, what does the future hold for "child-computer interaction?" Panelists will explore such issues as how new mobile, social, and ubiquitous technologies change children's future patterns of searching, exploration, and expression of information; how learning environments will be ever-changing because of new technologies; and the challenges and opportunities of designing for child-computer interaction.

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