The original event was cancelled because of low interest.

The HCI educators workshop will be held this year in Abertay, as part of HCI2010.


Learning to Design and Learning through Design

HCIEd is the annual international conference of the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) education community. HCIEd 2010 will  be organized by the Department of Industrial Design, at the Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands, and will be co-sponsored by IFIP WG 13.1 (Education in HCI and HCI Curriculum) and the BCS Interaction SG.  In keeping with the design tradition of TU/e, the theme for HCIEd 2010 will be Learning to Design and Learning through Design


HCIEd 2010 is a friendly, lively conference that aims to be a venue for the exchange of new ideas, techniques, and experiences regarding education in the multi-disciplinary field of human computer interaction and interaction design education. Initially held as a bi-annual workshop and run by the British Computer Society Interaction Special Group (previously the BCS HCI Specialist Group). HCIEd has taken on an international flavour in recent years and has developed into an annual conference series that is now co-sponsored by the BCS and IFIP.  The conference is held annually and every two years it goes outside the UK with the express intention to broaden its scope and cross national trends and boundaries. 


The theme of this year's event is Learning to Design and Learning through Design. We invite cordially colleagues from all disciplines contributing to human-computer interaction education to participate actively in the conference. The format of the event has traditionally been very interactive and we aim to continue this tradition this year.

Call for Papers

Important Dates

3/2 Submission

15/2 Author Notification

5/3  AuthorRegistration

5/3  Camera Ready  

Submit for HCIed until July 2, 2010


 Workshop topics include:
  • Curricula for human computer interaction and interaction design education

  • Novel topics and trends in HCI and Interaction Design education

  •  How to evaluate design work for educational purposes?

  •  Continuing education of HCI professionals and designers

  • Multi-disciplinary issues in Human-Computer Interaction education

  • Course reviews

  • Educational resources in HCI

  • Lessons learnt in the trenches: experiences in HCI education

  • Learning from practice: exposing students to real world perspectives

  • Design Process

  • Teaching Creativity in Design