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S19:Interaction Design for Environmental Information Systems

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*Validation of ICT tools,
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*Validation of ICT tools
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*Human performance evaluation
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Topics include, but are not limited to:
*Usability analyses
*Decision psychology
*Task analyses (including, for example, decision support)
*Validation of ICT tools,
*Human-computer interface design
*Human performance evaluation.
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Environmental Informatics (or Enviromatics) is a maturing subject with
interdisciplinary roots. The application of information and communication
technology (ICT) to the environment is emerging as one of great importance
as the health of our planet gains priority on research agendas. Modelling
is an important aspect of enviromatics, but it is not the only one.

Ultimately, environmental information must be put into people's hands so
that they can make decisions. How best to involve stakeholders, so that
they can access the information they need and put it to use in a satisfying
manner, remains a topic of inquiry. Underlying the larger benefits of
enviromatics as a tool for policy decisions, is the architecture that
enables those decision making processes. To maximize the value of the
enviromatics infracstructure, interaction design must be an integral part
of the architectural plan. How do we best employ metaphor in educating users
and influencing their mental models? What are the ethical concerns involved
and how can they be addressed? This design helps the user to improve the
quality of the information that is produced, presented, and used.

Contributions are sought for a special session
on human factors in enviromatics. We will seek to put work on interaction design and human computer interaction
into the specific context of enviromatics, with the goal of understanding how
to draw on and apply existing knowledge to enviromatics so that efforts are
focused on refinement and adaptation instead of reinvention.
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!!Organisers
->'''Daryl Hepting, University of Regina, Canada '''
->'''Steven Frysinger, James Madison University, USA ''' (contact: [[mailto:frysinsp@jmu.edu | frysinsp@jmu.edu]])

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