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Welcome to the HCI Glossary
The Human Computer Interaction Glossary is a site dedicated to providing definitions of common HCI-related terms to its visitors. The "Glossary index"-panel and/or the "Search glossary"-option located in the left panel can be used to browse through the currently available definitions.

Getting involved
If you want to add a term and/or edit or add a definition regarding an already available term, you can do so by logging in (this option is only available for registered users). It is possible to become a registered user by applying for a membership using the "Register"-option located in the left column (approval of membership will be dealt with by the HCI Glossary Team). Shortly after applying for a membership, you will receive feedback by e-mail concerning your login name and password.

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The HCI Glossary Team.

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