The Programme Committee includes roles related to:
- Publications – promoting the call, supporting authors, reviewing, meta-reviewing and structuring sessions. British HCI 2017 includes a range of publication types: 10-page HCI contributions, 4-page HCI insights and student papers, 2-page position papers, session proposals and interactions gallery overviews.
- Promotion, Marketing, Social Media & Sponsorship – marketing the conference, promoting it, increasing online presence, engaging with networks and communities, increasing interest and participation from industry, creative sector, freelancers, etc.
- Interactions Gallery – promoting the call, supporting artists, creatives, makers, students, researchers, developers, etc. in providing submissions, reviewing and participating in the curation of the work, creating pre- and post-event online publicity.
- Students: at British HCI we will be having a student track. We are keen to have Programme Committee members who are HCI educators who can promote this opportunity to their students and support their submissions to the conference.
- Social Events – we are keen to invite Programme Committee members who want to support and promote the social side of British HCI.