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CHINZ 2016 is the 16th conference in the CHINZ Conference Series, organised by SIGCHI_NZ, the New Zealand Chapter of ACM SIGCHI.

A unique feature of the 2016 conference is that it will run principally in a virtual mode, in an effort to reduce the contribution of conference travel to greenhouse gas emissions and consequent global climate change, and in part as an HCI experiment. The conference hub will be in Hamilton, but it is anticipated that the majority of attendees will participate remotely, from within New Zealand and internationally. Remote, virtual, fully-engaged participation will be totally supported and encouraged, both for general participants and paper presenters.

Past Proceedings of CHINZ conferences are archived in the ACM Digital Library and indexed by Scopus.

Proceedings of CHINZ 2015 in the ACM Digital Library

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Hosted by:

Human Computer Interaction Group

Department of Computer Science

University of Waikato

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