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Proceedings of ACM IDC'03: Interaction Design and Children 2003-07-01

Fullname:IDC'03 ACM Conference on Interaction Design and Children
Editors:Matt Southern; Jim Turner
Location:Preston, England, United Kingdom
Dates:2003-Jul-01 to 2003-Jul-03
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN 1-58113-732-X; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: IDC03
Papers:34
Pages:167
  1. Keynote papers
  2. Papers
  3. Panel
  4. Posters
  5. Interactive demonstrations

Keynote papers

Being playful: learning from children BIBAFull-Text 3-9
  Alan Dix
Children designing software for children: what can we learn? BIBFull-Text 11-12
  Yasmin B. Kafai

Papers

Electronic whiteboard in kindergarten: opportunities and requirements BIBAFull-Text 15-22
  Saila Ovaska; Pentti Hietala; Marjatta Kangassalo
Developing a web authoring tool that promotes accessibility in children's designs BIBAFull-Text 23-30
  Lorna Gibson; Fay Newall; Peter Gregor
As we may print: new directions in output devices and computational crafts for children BIBAFull-Text 31-39
  M. Eisenberg; A. Eisenberg; S. Hendrix; G. Blauvelt; D. Butter; J. Garcia; R. Lewis; T. Nielsen
Assessing usability evaluation methods on their effectiveness to elicit verbal comments from children subjects BIBAFull-Text 41-49
  Ilse E. H. van Kesteren; Mathilde M. Bekker; Arnold P. O. S. Vermeeren; Peter A. Lloyd
Starting an intergenerational technology design team: a case study BIBAFull-Text 51-58
  Kendra Knudtzon; Allison Druin; Nancy Kaplan; Kathryn Summers; Yoram Chisik; Rahul Kulkarni; Stuart Moulthrop; Holly Weeks; Ben Bederson
Case study: the design of CBC4Kids' StoryBuilder BIBAFull-Text 59-68
  Alissa Antle
Experiences obtained from designing with children BIBAFull-Text 69-74
  Claire Jones; Louise McIver; Lorna Gibson; Peter Gregor
Children's perception of computer programming as an aid to designing programming environments BIBAFull-Text 75-83
  Robert Sheehan
Ghostwriter: a narrative virtual environment for children BIBAFull-Text 85-91
  Judy Robertson; Judith Good
Using developmental theories to inform the design of technology for children BIBAFull-Text 93-100
  Peta Wyeth; Helen C. Purchase
Conceptualising tangibles to support learning BIBAFull-Text 101-109
  Paul Marshall; Sara Price; Yvonne Rogers
Wearable computing and the geographies of urban childhood: working with children to explore the potential of new technology BIBAFull-Text 111-118
  Morris Williams; Owain Jones; Constance Fleuriot
Curriculum-focused design BIBAFull-Text 119-126
  Jennifer A. Rode; Mark Stringer; Eleanor F. Toye; Amanda R. Simpson; Alan F. Blackwell
Pupil consultation online: developing a web-based questionnaire system BIBAFull-Text 127-133
  Scott Milne; Lorna Gibson; Peter Gregor; Ken Keighren
What's going on?: discovering what children understand about handwriting recognition interfaces BIBAFull-Text 135-140
  Janet C. Read; Stuart MacFarlane; Chris Casey

Panel

Children's online interfaces: is usability testing worthwhile? BIBAFull-Text 143-145
  Shuli Gilutz; Mathilde Bekker; Allison Druin; Shalom Fisch; Janet Read

Posters

Ely the explorer: a multi-user interactive play system to promote collaborative learning BIBAFull-Text 149
  Diana Africano; Staffan Eriksson; Kent Lindbergh; Peter Lundholm; Fredrik Nilbrink
Participatory design approach to information architecture design for children BIBAFull-Text 150
  Joon Sang Baek; Kun-Pyo Lee
Multimodal interaction to support multilingualism acquisition and development in young children BIBAFull-Text 151
  Marie-Luce Bourguet
Cegadef: a collaborative educational game development framework BIBAFull-Text 152
  Andre Wilson Brotto Furtado; Gustavo Danzi de Andrade; Andre R. G. do Amaral Leitao; Fernando da C. Andrade Neto
Children's contributions to new technology: the design of AdventureAuthor BIBKFull-Text 153
  Judith Good; Judy Robertson
Using digital cultural probes in design with children BIBAFull-Text 154
  Ole Sejer Iversen; Christina Nielsen
'Good enough for what?': acceptance of handwriting recognition errors by child users BIBAFull-Text 155
  Janet C. Read; Stuart MacFarlane; Chris Casey
Evaluating the effectiveness of a computer based letter formation system for children BIBAFull-Text 156
  Linda Snape; Tony Nicol
Phonics for young children: a computer based approach BIBAFull-Text 157
  Linda Snape; Tony Nicol; Stuart MacFarlane
Construction of the child as a user BIBAFull-Text 158
  Anna Stockhaus
Multimedia software to motivate ethnic minority children to learn about their culture and language of origin BIBAFull-Text 159
  Dongjie Xu; Isobel Nicholson

Interactive demonstrations

Games to explore programming BIBKFull-Text 163
  Ylva Fernaeus; Jakob Tholander
Who is afraid of spiders?: two perceptive computer games for children BIBAFull-Text 164
  Johanna Hoysniemi; Perttu Hamalainen
A computer based letter formation system for children BIBAFull-Text 165
  Tony Nicol; Linda Snape
Web navigation recorder eyetracking software application demo BIBAFull-Text 166
  Maria Santamaria
Creating a collaborative learning environment for children BIBAFull-Text 167
  Matt Southern; Jim Turner