Human-Computer Interaction|Origins of the Field- Selected Papers

This is a selection of key papers that founded the HCI (Human-Computer Interaction) field. An essential resource for understanding the current issues in the field of human-computer relationship.

 

Vannevar Bush As we may think (1945) – Link to the paper hereaswemaythink

 

J.C.R. Licklider Man-Computer Symbiosis (1960) – Link to the paper here man-computer symbiosis

 

Douglas C. Engelbart Augmenting human intellect: A Conceptual Framework(1962) – Link to the paper here augmenting human intellect

 

Ivan E. Sutherland Sketch pad a man-machine graphical communication system (1964) – Link to the paper here sketch pad

 

J.C.R. Licklider  The Computer as Communication Device(1968) – Link to the paper here compterdeviced

 

Howard Rheingold Tools for thought (1985) – link to the paper here toolsforthought

 

Mark D. Weiser The computer for the 21st Century (1991) – link to the paper here computerxxi-markWeiser

 

Mark D. Weiser Some computer science issues in ubiquitous computing(1999) – Link to the paper here ubiquitous

 

Gregory D. Abowd & Elizabeth D. Mynatt Charting past, present, and future research in ubiquitous computing (2000) – Link to the paper here Abowd-Mynatt-Charting Past, Present, and Future Research in Ubiquitous Computing-2000

source: based on Jen Mankoff’s course page (Computer Science Perspectives in HCI) – Human-Computer Interaction Institute @ Carnegie Mellon University

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