If you are interested in reviewing for British HCI contact Tom Flint.
There are opportunities to participate in reviewing across all of the categories.
- Full papers – 10 page anonymised papers making a distinct contribution to HCI
- Short papers – 4 page anonymised papers providing insights about HCI
- Notes & Position Papers: 2 page papers providing exciting, provocative HCI research and practice
- Interactions Gallery: 2 page papers and technical requirements detailing artworks, installations, demonstrations, digital artefacts and experiences inspired by the conference theme of digital make believe
- Workshops & Interactive Sessions: 2 page proposals outlining the session and what participants will experience
- Student papers: 4 page papers on student-led HCI research and/or digital artefacts
Reviewing will be in March (full & short papers), April (2 page papers, interactions gallery, session proposals) and May (student papers).