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HCT Seminars at Sussex University

02/12/2008

*retroblogged*

On Friday 28th of November I presented my research at the Interact Lab at the University of Sussex as part of their HCT Seminar Series.  This was an interesting and enjoyable experience – and I highly recommend the group for presenters and attenders alike. The expertise of the audience proved invaluable for me. Aside from benefitting from the expertise of the Interact Lab and Informatics department, happily, my visit coincided with a visit from Henny Swan from Opera (accessibility blog GIANT iheni and formally Senior Web Accessibility Consultant at the RNIB) as well as Dr Christopher Douce, from the Open University, amongst others.  I'm hoping to attend future HCT seminars, where possible.

If you are interested in visiting the Interact Lab, seminars take place on Friday afternoons at 1.30pm
and last for an hour with coffee and cake available afterwards.
Speakers range from researchers at the cutting edge of their fields to
practitioners in industry. The seminars are intended for a general
audience interested in Human Computer Interaction;
interested students, or researchers in other fields, are always
welcome. They are an excellent way to learn more about recent trends,
ideas and results in HCI, learning technologies and related fields.

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