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Interacting with Computers

The Interdisciplinary Journal of Human-Computer Interaction

Interacting with Computers is the journal of the British HCI Group.

Type: Journal
Periodicity: Bimonthly since volume 11, quarterly since 1989
Web: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/intcom/
Publisher: Elsevier
Price: Volume 15, 2003
Individual: EUR 84, USD 93
Institutional: EUR 653, USD 731
Volume 10, 1998
Individual: USD 78
Institutional: USD 390

Special issues include:

  • 2002, 14, 6 - Intelligence and Interaction in Community-based Systems (Part 1)
  • 2002, 14, 4 - Universal Usability
  • 2002, 14, 3 - User Interface Tools: An Australasian Perspective
  • 2002, 14, 2 - From Doing to Being: Bringing Emotion into Interaction
  • 2001, 13, 6 - Interfaces for the Active Web (Part 2)
  • 2001, 13, 3 - Interfaces for the Active Web (Part 1)
  • 2000, 13, 1 - Scenario-based System Development (Part 1)
  • 2000, 12, 4 - Intelligent Interface Technology
  • 2000, 12, 3 - Tools for Working with Guidelines (Part 2)
  • 1999, 11, 6 - Human Error and Systems Development (Part 2)
  • 1999, 11, 5 - Usability and Educational Software Design and Human Error and Systems Development (Part 1)
  • 1999, 11, 4 - Virtual Reality and User's Issues
  • 1998, 11, 1 - Temporal Aspects of Usability
  • 1998, 10, 2-3 - HCI and Information Retrieval
  • 1998, 9, 4 - Shared Values and Shared Interfaces: The Role of Culture in the Globalisation of Human-Computer Systems (Part)
  • 1998, 9, 3 - Shared Values and Shared Interfaces: The Role of Culture in the Globalisation of Human-Computer Systems (Part 1)
  • 1997, 9, 2 - Formal Aspects of Human Computer Interaction

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