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British HCI Group

"The British HCI Group is the longest-established and largest national group in Europe devoted to HCI. The British HCI Group was set up in 1984 as a Specialist Group of the British Computer Society, to provide an umbrella organisation for all those working on the requirements analysis, design, implementation and evaluation of technology for human use."

The British HCI Group was formerly known as British Computer Society Human-Computer Interaction Specialist Group.

The British HCI Group organizes the annual HCI conferences since 1985 and publishes the quarterly magazine Interfaces. Interacting with Computers is the journal of the British HCI Group. The British HCI Group also operates the British HCI News mailing list.

Address: HCI Group Membership
The British Computer Society
1 Sanford Street
Swindon
Wiltshire SN1 1HJ
UK
Web: http://www.bcs-hci.org.uk/
Phone: +44-1793-417417
Fax: +44-1793-480270
Email: hci@bcs.org.uk
Dues: BCS Members: GBP 25
Nonmembers: GBP 30
Students: GBP 15

Membership benefits include:

  • subscription to the quarterly magazine Interfaces
  • membership directory
  • discount on subscriptions to the journal Interacting with Computers
  • discounts on registration fees for meetings and conferences, such as the annual HCI conference

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