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ACM SIGCHI Development Fund
ACM SIGCHI, the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction, brings together people working on the design, evaluation, implementation, and study of interactive computing systems for human use. ACM SIGCHI provides an international, interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas about the field of human-computer interaction (HCI). In recognition of the international and interdisciplinary nature of our field, and the resource constraints that can stifle the exchange of ideas across such a diverse community, the SIGCHI Executive Committee has set aside funds to support projects which will contribute to advancing the field of HCI and to communicating information within SIGCHI.
File D source codeSIGCHI Guidelines for Developing World
Amendment to the Policy for the SIGCHI Development Fund
Conflict of Interest Policy
SIGCHI is a professional organization led by volunteers. In the course of SIGCHI business, situations will arise where a SIGCHI decision-maker has a conflict of interest, or where the process of making a decision creates an appearance of favoring a SIGCHI volunteer.
Cooperating Society Policy
This policy defines the circumstances under which SIGCHI may establish a "cooperating society" relationship with another professional organization. Through such relationships, SIGCHI can work with other organizations to cooperatively promote the field of human-computer interaction, insure the presence of an HCI perspective in organizations that might not have an HCI focus of their own, and help other organizations interested in HCI grew and develop their own memberships. Cooperating society relationships can also help SIGCHI grow as a professional society, by increasing its presence throughout the world, increasing its membership and attendance at its conferences, and by understanding more about the ideas, perspectives, and methodologies of the societies with which it cooperates.
Reimbursement Policy
SIGCHI Conference Policies

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