A Report on the First International Workshop on Research Methods in Animal-Computer Interaction

Abstract

Animal-Computer Interaction (ACI) is a new and quickly developing discipline, which is closely related to HCI and is making reference to some of its theoretical frameworks and research methodologies. The first edition of the Workshop on Research Methods in ACI (RM4ACI) was co-located with the Third International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction, which took place in Milton-Keynes, UK in November 2016. This paper presents an overview of the workshop, including insights from discussions on some of the challenges faced by the ACI community as it works to develop ACI as a discipline, and on important opportunities for cross-fertilization between HCI and ACI that the HCI community could consider.

DOI: 10.1145/3027063.3052759

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@inproceedings{Zamansky2017ARO, title={A Report on the First International Workshop on Research Methods in Animal-Computer Interaction}, author={Anna Zamansky and Amanda Roshier and Clara Mancini and Emily C. Collins and Carol Hall and Katie Grillaert and Ann Morrison and Steve North and Hanna Wirman}, booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts}, year={2017} }