Human-Computer Interaction – INTERACT 2009

12th IFIP TC 13 International Conference, Uppsala, Sweden, August 24-28, 2009, Proceedings, Part I

ISBN: 978-3-642-03654-5 (Print) 978-3-642-03655-2 (Online)
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Table of contents (99 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Part One: Keynote Speakers

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      Pages 1-2

      Mobile Life – Innovation in the Wild

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      Pages 3-4

      Towards Human-Centred Design

  3. Part Two: Long and Short Papers

    1. Accessibility 1

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        Pages 5-18

        DTorial: An Interactive Tutorial Framework for Blind Users in a Web 2.0 World

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        Pages 19-35

        The Attentive Hearing Aid: Eye Selection of Auditory Sources for Hearing Impaired Users

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        Pages 36-49

        Video Gaming for Blind Learners School Integration in Science Classes

      Accessibility 2

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        Pages 50-62

        Speech-Based Navigation: Improving Grid-Based Solutions

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        Pages 63-76

        Useful, Social and Enjoyable: Mobile Phone Adoption by Older People

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        Pages 77-80

        Overview of Behaviour Characteristics of High and Low Literacy Users: Information Seeking of an Online Social Service System

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        Pages 81-84

        ‘I Have Something to Say’: Supporting Aphasics for Organizing and Sharing Personal Experiences by Photos

      Affective HCI and Emotion

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        Pages 85-97

        The Attractiveness Stereotype in the Evaluation of Embodied Conversational Agents

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        Pages 98-110

        Interpreting Human and Avatar Facial Expressions

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        Pages 111-114

        Emotional Bandwidth: Information Theory Analysis of Affective Response Ratings Using a Continuous Slider

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        Pages 115-118

        Can You Be Persuaded? Individual Differences in Susceptibility to Persuasion

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        Pages 119-122

        The Subjective and Objective Nature of Website Aesthetic Impressions

      Child Computer Interfaces

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        Pages 123-136

        Biting, Whirling, Crawling - Children’s Embodied Interaction with Walk-through Displays

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        Pages 137-140

        Causes of Simultaneous Keystrokes in Children and Adults

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        Pages 141-144

        Evaluating a Tangible Game Video Console for Kids

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        Pages 145-148

        Exploring Geometric Shapes with Touch

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        Pages 149-153

        Gender and Cultural Differences in Perceiving Game Characters of Digital Educational Games

      Ethics and Privacy

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        Pages 154-167

        Staging Urban Interactions with Media Façades

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