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Early Registration Closing for Conference on Universal Usability

From: Donald Day <donald_l_day@hotmail.com>
Date: Sat, 07 Oct 2000 09:06:33 EDT
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- - - - - Early Registration Ends Thursday - - - -

******** Association for Computer Machinery ********
****     Conference on Universal Usability      ****
****                                            ****
****            November 16-17, 2000            ****
****     Arlington, VA (near Washington, DC)    ****
********    http://www.acm.org/sigchi/cuu/  ********

You have less than one week to register at reduced rates for the ultimate 
usability event, the ACM Conference on Universal Usability.

CUU technical goals include

- make information and communications technology available at low cost,
while improving the quality of service
- reduce system complexity and user frustration, while expanding
- enable users with older equipment or slower networks to participate
fully, while advancing high end technologies
- increase the utility and comprehensibility of services for low-income
and poorly educated users, while enabling advanced users to explore novel
- enable multi-lingual multi-platform designs for diverse users, while
reducing development time and maintenance costs

CUU business goals include

- attract and retain a broad audience with your Web site
- make software that conforms to U.S. government requirements for
- design for multiple languages and cultures
- convert your web services for wireless or phone access
- satisfy minority, disabled, and special interest groups
- reduce user frustration and anxiety
increase users' ability to find products on your e-commerce Web site
- expand your range of end-user customization

CUU offers 20 papers, three panels, two keynotes, and a poster reception.
Participants will include researchers, technologists, policy makers,
advocates, and users.

Organized by:

ACM SIGCHI  Special Interest Group in Human-Computer Interaction

Sponsored by:

America Online
Morino Institute
Sun Microsystems
U.S. National Science Foundation
U.S. National Institute for Standards & Technology

Conference Chair:

Ben Shneiderman


Arlington Hilton & Towers Hotel, Arlington, Virginia USA (suburban 
Washington, D.C.)

Register by the web, mail or fax.

Visit our web site at


for the preliminary program and registration details.

Or Contact:

Cecilia Kullman, CUU 2000
UMIACS - A.V. Williams Building
University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742 USA
E-mail: cecilia@umiacs.umd.edu
Tel: +1.301.405.0304
Fax: +1.301.314.9658

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