HCI Bibliography : About the HCI Bibliography

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The HCI Bibliography is a free-access, searchable online bibliographic database on Human-Computer Interaction. The basic goal of the Project is to put an electronic bibliography for most of HCI on the screens of all researchers, developers, educators and students in the field through the World-Wide Web.

The HCI Webliography is a part of the HCI Bibliography that catalogs over 2000 HCI-related websites. The HCI Bibliography also serves as a resource archive for items such as: Task-Centered User Interface Design by Lewis and Rieman, Guidelines for Designing User Interface Software by Smith and Mosier, etc.

Current Status

As of [error: stat() failed!] , the HCI Bibliography has over 126,000 entries. The current search service has been running since 2006-12-01.

Access is Free

The HCI Bibliography is a free service, with hosting provided by ACM SIGCHI. Users do not need to pay any fees or be a member of any organization to use the HCI Bibliography, although some links to materials may require them.

Review of the Project

A 10-year retrospective on the project was written in 1999 and is available online as a free-access HTML file.

Thanks for Early Help

Many ideas have come from the volunteers listed in volunteer pages linked below, particularly from: Don Norman, Darrell Raymond, Jakob Nielsen, Andrew Csinger, and there are probably others who have been missed, to whom apologies are due.

Contact Information

Address all correspondence to director@hcibib.org.

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