Bookmark: V.SVR.106
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review 106: CSCW'94
Editor: Greenberg, Saul
Editor: Harrison, Beverly
Date: 1994
Volume: 106
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Contents:
Issue 106 CSCW'94
PROTOTYPES AND ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES 
1 Montage: Multimedia Glances for Distributed Groups, SunSoft, Inc. 
	+ Tang, John C.
	+ Rua, Monica
2 GroupKit - A Groupware Toolkit, U. Calgary 
	+ Greenberg, Saul
	+ Roseman, Mark
3 Teleporting - Making Applications Mobile, Olivetti Research Laboratory 
	+ Richardson, Tristan
	+ Bennett, Frazer
	+ Mapp, Glenford
	+ Harter, Andy
	+ Hopper, Andy
APPLICATIONS AND METHODOLOGIES 
4 Courtyard: Integrating A Shared Large Screen and Individual Screens, Hitachi Research Laboratory 
	+ Tani, Masayuki
	+ Horita, Masato
	+ Yamaashi, Kimiya
	+ Tanikoshi, Koichiro
	+ Futakawa, Masayasu
5 Combining Realtime Multimedia Conferencing with Hypertext Archives in Distance Education., Norwegian Telecom Research 
	+ Dybvik, Per Einar
	+ Lie, Hakon W.
6 CSCW for Government Work: POLIKOM-Video, GMD 
	+ Pankoke-Babatz, Uta
7 Multimedia folklore: Capturing Design History and Rationale with Raison d'Etre, IBM 
	+ Carroll, John M.
	+ Van Deusen, Mary S.
	+ Wheeler, Geoff
	+ Alpert, Sherman
	+ Karat, John
	+ Rosson, Mary Beth
HISTORICAL RECORDS AND RETROSPECTIVES 
8 Historic Video: A Research Center for Augmenting Human Intellect, Bootstrap Institute 
	+ Engelbart, Douglas C.
	+ English, William K.
9 CAVECAT: Computer Audio Video Enhanced Collaboration at Toronto, U. Toronto 
	+ Louie, Gifford
	+ Mantei, Marilyn
FUTURE VISIONS 
10 Seamless Media Design, NTT 
	+ Ishii, Hiroshi

Bookmark: V.StarFire.94
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: StarFire: The Movie
Author: Tognazzini, Bruce
Date: 1994
Weblink: www.sun.com/tech/projects/starfire/
Absract: Starfire is a film showing how your office may look and work in the year 2004 using advanced user interface technologies.

Bookmark: V.SVR.88-89
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review 88-89: INTERCHI'93
Date: 1993
Volume: 88-89
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Contents:
Issue 88 INTERCHI'93
VISUALISATION
1 The Human Guidance of Automated design - British Aerospace and Phillips Research
	+ Colgan, Lynne
	+ Spence, Robert
	+ Rankin, Paul
2 Browsing Graphs Using a Fisheye View - DEC Systems and Brown University
	+ Brown, Marc H.
	+ Meehan, James R.
	+ Sarkar, Manojit
3 High Interaction Data Visualization - using Seesoft to Visualize Program Change History - AT & T Bell Laboratories
	+ Steffen, Joseph L.
	+ Eick, Stephen G.
4 Exploring Remote Images: A Telepathological Workstation - HCIL University of Maryland
	+ Plaisant, Catherine
	+ Carr, David A.
	+ Hasegawa, Hiroaki
5 QOC In Action: Using Design Rationale to Support Design - Rank Xerox EuroPARC
	+ McKerlie, Diane
	+ MacLean, Allan
NOVEL TECHNIQUES
6 Touch Typing With a Stylus - XeroxPARC
	+ Goldberg, David
	+ Richardson, Cate
7 ARGOS: A Display System for Augmenting Reality - U. of Toronto
	+ Drascic, David
	+ Grodski, Julius J.
	+ Milgram, Paul
	+ Ruffo, Ken
	+ Wong, Peter
	+ Zhai, Shumin
SPEECH
8 Talking to Machines - U. of Wales
	+ Cowley, Christopher K.
	+ Jones, Dylan M.
9 The Alfresco Interactive System - IRST
	+ Stock, Oliviero
10 Hyperspeech - MIT Media Lab
	+ Arons, Barry
HYPERMEDIA AND MULTIMEDIA
11 IMPACT: Interactive Motion Picture Authoring System for Creative Talent - Hitachi
	+ Ueda, Hirotada
	+ Miyatake, Takafumi
	+ Yoshizawa, Satoshi
12 Microcosm: An Open Hypermedia System - U. of Southampton
	+ Davis, Hugh
	+ Hall, Wendy
	+ Pickering, Adrian
	+ Wilkins, Rob
13 Multimedia Documents as User Interfaces- U. of Washington and XeroxPARC
	+ Buchanan, M. Cecelia
	+ Zellweger, Polle T.
	+ Pier, Ken
Contents:
Issue 89 INTERCHI'93
PROGRAMMING BY EXAMPLE AND DEMONSTRATION
14 Graphical Editing by Example - Columbia U. 
	+ Kurlander, David
15 Guiding Automation with Pixels: A Technique for Programming in the User Interface - HCIL- U. of Maryland 
	+ Potter, Richard
16 Inferring Graphical Constraints with Rockit - DEC Paris Research Centre and CMU 
	+ Karsenty, Solange
	+ Weikart, Chris
	+ Landay, James A.
17 Tourmaline: Macrostyles by Example - Bell Communications and CMU 
	+ Werth, Andrew J.
	+ Myers, Brad A.
CSCW
18 The Active Badge System - Olivetti Research 
	+ Hopper, Andy
	+ Harter, Andy
	+ Blackie, Tom
FUTURE SCENARIOS
19 Imagine - Hewlett Packard 
	+ Anderson, Steve
	+ Kobara, Shiz
	+ Mathis, Barry
	+ Shafrir, Ev

Bookmark: V.UIS.93
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: User Interface Strategies '93
Section: User Interface Strategies
Author: Shneiderman, Ben
Author: Mantei, Marilyn
Author: Furness, Tom
Author: Martin, James
Date: 1992-12-09
City: Engineering Classroom Building, Room 2105, College Park, MD 20742
Publisher: University of Maryland, Instructional Television System
Note: Phone: 301-405-4913
Contents:
Lecture 1: Information Visualization: Sight for Sore Eyes
	Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland
		The widespread use of graphic user interfaces has altered
		the cognitive balance, shifting attention to more visual
		approaches to many tasks.  Dynamic queries which employ
		direct manipulation widgets such as sliders to set value
		ranges, are enabling users to find information rapidly and
		to develop intuitions, recognize trends, and spot
		exceptions.  Treemaps, a space-filling mosaic approach to
		representing hierarchies, give users x-ray vision for
		computer directories, stock portfolios, and sales charts. 
		Visual approaches to enduser programming by demonstration
		are maturing.  Demonstrations, empirical results, and
		guidelines for designers are offered. 
Lecture 2: Computer Supported Collaborative Work
	Marilyn Mantei, University of Toronto
		Computer-supported cooperative work represents the next
		stage in our understanding of the computer tool; it supports
		the intense communication exchanges and collaboration
		activities that we carry out with others.  New directions
		range from providing a dynamic shared memory for documenting
		and running face-to-face meetings to simulating the presence
		of distant co-workers through miniature video and audio
		technology.  These directions represent fundamental changes
		to work practice (for example, telecommuting), to consensus
		forming and team building (for example, group decision
		support systems), to work products (for example, shared
		design environments), and particularly to user interface
		design.  Demos and videos illustrate novel interface
		solutions and reveal criteria for successful products. 
Lecture 3: Virtual Worlds: Why? and When?
	Tom Furness, University of Washington
		In the next few years virtual interfaces will revolutionize
		the way that humans think with computers.  Rather than
		requiring humans to become 'computer-like' to operate and
		program these machines, virtual interfaces allow the
		computer to become 'human- like', by providing an immersion
		of the senses into a three- dimensional visual, acoustic,
		and tactile medium.  The high bandwidth to the brain
		produced by these interfaces will extend human intellect and
		provide new applications in business, medicine, education,
		communication, and entertainment.  This presentation traces
		the history of virtual interfaces, discusses current
		research and upcoming applications, include the 'virtuphone
		-- a telephone that you wear'. 
Lecture 4: Enterprise Visualization and Object-Oriented Modeling
	James Martin, Author/Consultant
		It is becoming increasingly important to redesign
		corporations and business processes.  We need to represent
		the activities of corporations in ways which are meaningful
		to the businesspeople.  The stream of processes can be
		thought of in terms of objects and activities which change
		those objects.  With an object-oriented model we can
		visualize the value streams in ways which enable us to
		redesign them.  We need to explore the best forms of
		enterprise visualization. 
Absract: Four leaders in the field present their perspectives on why the user interface is a central focus for expanding applications of computers in business, education, the home, etc. They offer their visions and suggest exciting opportunities for the next decade's developments. Demonstrations, new software tools, guiding principles, emerging theories, and future scenarios will be presented.

Bookmark: V.SVR.76
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1992
Volume: 76
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'92 Technical Video Program (Part 1 of 2)
Contents:
Issue 76 CHI'92
GROUP WORK
1	MMM: The Multi-Device Multi-User Multi-Editor - Xerox PARC
2	Go Fish!  A Multi-User Game in the Rendezvous System - Bellcore
3	A Case Study of a Multimedia Co-Working Task - Amanda Ropa Design
4	Using Spatial Cues to Improve Desktop Videoconferencing - Univ. of Toronto
SPEECH AND NATURAL LANGUAGE
5	Multi-Model Natural Dialogue - MIT Media Lab
6	Wordspotting in Voice Editing and Audio - Xerox PARC
USER INTERFACE TOOLS
7	Coupling Application Design and User Interface Design - Georgia Tech

Bookmark: V.SVR.77
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1992
Volume: 77
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'92 Technical Video Program (Part 2 of 2)
Contents:
Issue 77 CHI'92
USER INTERFACE TECHNIQUES
8	Combining Gesture and Direct Manipulation - Carnegie Mellon Univ.
9	Briar -- A Constraint-Based Drawing Program -  Carnegie Mellon Univ.
VISUALIZATION
10	An Introduction to Zeus - DEC SRC
11	Pointing and Visualization - Bellcore
INTERFACE DESIGNS
12	Touchscreen Toggle Design - Univ. of Maryland
13	Dynamic Queries: Database Searching by Direct Manipulation - Univ. of Maryland

Bookmark: V.SVR.78
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1992
Volume: 78
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'92 Special Video Program (Part 1 of 2)
Contents:
Issue 78 CHI'92
GRAPHIC DESIGN
1	Graphic Design of an Executive Information System - Easel
2	Computer Interface Design 1992 - Henry Dreyfuss Associates
3	An Object-Oriented Evolution of Windows Information at Your Fingertips - Microsoft
FUTURE SCENARIOS: HYPERMEDIA
4	Project 2000 - Apple Computer, Inc.
5	Residential Information Services in a Broadband Public Switched Network - AT&T
FUTURE SCENARIOS: VIRTUAL REALITY
6	Be There Here - Telepresence Research
7	Virtuality, Inc. - San Francisco Art Institute

Bookmark: V.SVR.79
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1992
Volume: 79
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'92 Special Video Program (Part 2 of 2)
Contents:
Issue 79 CHI'92
FUTURE SCENARIOS: Intelligent Agents
8	Knowledge Navigator - Apple Computer, Inc.
9	HyperCard 1992 - Apple Computer, Inc.
10	Friend21 - Institute for Personalized Information Environment
FUTURE SCENARIOS: Office Environments
11	Tactile Manipulation on a Digital Desk - Rank Xerox EuroPARC
12	1992 - Hewlett Packard

Bookmark: V.SVR.87
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review 87: CSCW'92
Date: 1992
Volume: 87
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Contents:
Issue 87 CSCW'92
1	The Pandora Multimedia System-Olivetti
	+ Hopper, Andy
2	Enhanced Factory Communications -Boeing
	+ Magee, Burke
	+ Cox, Glenna
3	Coupling The User Interfaces Of A Multi-User Program Purdue University
	+ Dewan, Prasun
4	Groupsketch-University of Calgary
	+ Greenberg, Saul
	+ Bohnet, Ralph
5	The Conversation Board-Bellcore
	+ Brinck, Tom
6	Toward Seamless Collaboration Media: From Teamworkstation To Clearboard-Ntt
	+ Ishii, Hiroshii
	+ Arita, Kazuho
	+ Kobayashi, Minuro
7	Rubber Rocks-IBM
	+ Koved, Larry
8	Delft-WIT: Research Issues And Methods For Behavioral Analysis-Delft University
	+ van der Velden, Jeroen

Bookmark: V.UIS.91
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: User Interface Strategies '92
Section: User Interface Strategies
Author: Shneiderman, Ben
Author: Landauer, Thomas K.
Author: Myers, Brad A.
Author: Laurel, Brenda
Date: 1991-12-12
Pages: duration of tape(s)
City: Engineering Classroom Building, Room 2105, College Park, MD 20742
Publisher: University of Maryland, Instructional Television System
Note: Phone: 301-405-4913
Contents:
Lecture 1: User Interfaces for Information Visualization
	Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland
		The next generation of database management, directory browsing,
		information retrieval, hypermedia, scientific data management, and library
		systems can enable convenient use of larger data sets by a wider range of
		users.  User interface designers can provide more powerful search
		techniques, more comprehensible query facilities, better presentation
		methods, and smoother integration of technology with task.  Novel
		graphical and direct manipulation approaches to query formulation and
		information presentation/manipulation will be shown.  These approaches
		include a filter/flow metaphor for boolean expressions, dynamic query
		methods with continuous visual presentation of results as the query is
		changed (possibly employing parallel computation), and color-coded 2-D
		space-filling tree-maps to show multiple-level hierarchies in a single display
		(hundreds of directories and more than a thousand files can be seen at
		once).
Lecture 2: Helping People get More Information Out of Text
	Thomas K. Landauer, Bellcore
		The Cognitive Science Research Group at Bellcore has spent a decade
		investigating why people find it hard to access textual information, and
		trying out new ways to help them.  The research focuses on the fundamental
		problems in information retrieval: the difficulty of asking the right
		question when you don't already know the answer, of finding the same words
		as authors have used, of finding your way in a maze of information.  New and
		proven tools have emerged for indexing, navigation and display of text. 
		Among them are Unlimited Aliasing, Adaptive Indexing, Fisheye Viewers,
		Latent Semantic Indexing, the SuperBook text browser, all ways to
		harness computation in support of human intelligence.
		   An important foundation of the success of this work has been the
		observation and analysis of people using textual information, with and
		without various computer aids.  "Formative design evaluation", in which the
		details of what helps and hinders in a new design is used to drive the next
		design, has resulted in some of the few systems ever demonstrated to
		actually improve on the utility of previous techniques (like paper books and
		libraries!).
Lecture 3: Extending Direct Manipulation:
		Demonstrational Interfaces and User Interface Development Environments
	Brad A. Myers, Carnegie Mellon University
		Direct manipulation interfaces, in which objects on the screen can be
		pointed to and manipulated using a mouse and keyboard, are now widely
		accepted.  However, some critics point to limitations such as the difficulty
		of providing abstract commands and the lack of programmability. 
		Demonstrational interfaces can overcome these problems while still
		providing the benefits of direct manipulation.  A ``demonstrational
		interface'' watches while the user executes conventional direct manipulation
		actions, but creates a more general abstraction from the specific example. 
		For instance, the user might drag a file named "v1.ps" to the trash can, and
		then a file named "v2.ps", and a demonstrational interface might
		automatically create a macro to delete all files that end in ".ps".  Modern
		systems increasingly contain demonstrational features, including the way
		that the Macintosh MacDraw "Duplicate" command and the Microsoft Word
		"Renumber" command work. 
		   The first part of this talk defines demonstrational interfaces, shows a
		number of examples, and discusses how this exciting technology can be
		applied in novel systems.  The second part of the talk discusses current
		directions in tools for helping build user interface software, including how
		demonstrational techniques are beginning to be extensively used.
Lecture 4: Be There Here: An Introduction to Telepresence
	Brenda Laurel, Telepresence Research
		Telepresence is the term used to describe technology that enables users to
		feel as if they are actually present in a different place or time.  'Virtual
		reality' and 'artificial reality' are popular names for this technology. 
		Today, the most common form of telepresence involves head-mounted
		stereoscopic displays, three-dimensional audio environments, and
		instrumented gloves.  Telepresence technology can provide the experience of
		being in two different kinds of spaces: computer-generated worlds or
		virtual environments, and actual environments that are physically distant,
		hazardous, or inaccessible.  The lecture outline is:
		 1. Overview and evolution of telepresence
		 2. Description of current telepresence technology
		 3. Future technology issues and challenges
		 4. Discussion of current and future applications of telepresence in such
		    areas as entertainment, education and training, and information
		    management
Absract: Four leaders in the field offer their perspectives on why the user interface is a central focus for expanding applications of computers in business, education, the home, etc. They offer their visions and suggest exciting opportunities for the next decade's developments. Demonstrations, new software tools, guiding principles, emerging theories, and future scenarios will be presented.

Bookmark: V.SVR.63
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1991
Volume: 63
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'91 Technical Video Program (Part 1 of 3)
Contents:
Issue 63 CHI'91
1	Information Visualization Using 3D Interactive Animation - Xerox PARC
2	Editable Graphical Histories - Columbia Univ.
3	Guides 3.0 - Apple Computer
4	The Cue Ball as Part of a Gestural Interface - Incredible Tech
5	Documents as User Interfaces - Xerox PARC
6	Scheduling Home Control Devices - Univ. of Maryland

Bookmark: V.SVR.64
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1991
Volume: 64
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'91 Technical Video Program (Part 2 of 3)
Contents:
Issue 64 CHI'91
1	The Lapidary Graphical User Interface Design Tool - Univ. of Tennessee
2	Eager: Programming Repetitive Tasks by Example - Apple Computer
3	Janus: Basic Concepts and Sample Run - NYNEX Science and Technology
4	Spoken Language Interfaces: The OM System - Carnegie Mellon Univ.
5	COMET: Generating Coordinated Multimedia Explanations - Columbia Univ.

Bookmark: V.SVR.65
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1991
Volume: 65
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'91 Technical Video Program (Part 3 of 3)
Contents:
Issue 65 CHI'91
1	Hydrogen Collision Dynamics on a Rough Surface - NCSA
2	Rapid Controlled Movement Through Virtual 3D Workspaces - Xerox PARC
3	A Human Factors Guide to Computer Speech - Univ. of Wales
4	A Hypersimulation-Based Learning Environment: SIMPLE - Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
5	GENIE: Developing and Assessing State-of-the-Art Integrated Programming Environments - Carnegie Mellon Univ.

Bookmark: V.SVR.70
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Author: Herr and Rosebuch, Pacific Interface
Date: 1991
Volume: 70
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: Visualization Software
Note: This special issue combines video, text and reference data.
Contents:
Special Issue 70: Visualization Software
1	Visualization Reality
2	Visualization Software Tools
3	Visualization Parameters
4	Visualization Applications
5	Digital Unimedia
6	Virtual Reality
7	Future Trends

Bookmark: V.UIS.90
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: User Interface Strategies '91
Section: User Interface Strategies
Author: Shneiderman, Ben
Author: van Dam, Andries
Author: Soloway, Elliot
Author: Curtis, Bill
Date: 1990-12-05
Pages: 5:00, includes one set of course notes
City: Engineering Classroom Building, Room 2105, College Park, MD 20742
Publisher: University of Maryland, Instructional Television System
Note: Phone: 301-405-4913
Contents:
Lecture 1: User Interface Update
	Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland
Lecture 2: Electronic Books: User-Controlled Animation in a Hypermedia Framework
	Andries van Dam, Brown University
Lecture 3: Interactive Learning Environments
	Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan
Lecture 4: Advanced User Interface Architectures and Software Tools
	Bill Curtis, MCC Human Interface Laboratory
Absract: Four leaders in the field offer their perspectives on why the user interface is a central focus for expanding the application of computers. They offer their visions and suggest exciting opportunities for the next decade's development. Demonstrations, new software tools, guiding principles, emerging theories, empirical results, and future scenarios will be presented.

Bookmark: V.SVR.55-56
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1990
Volume: 55-56
City: Seattle, WA
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'90
Contents:
Issue 55: CHI'90 Technical Video Program - New Techniques
1 In-Keyboard Analog Pointing Device - A Case for the Pointing Stick - IBM Watson Research Center
2 3-Draw: A Tool for the Conceptual Design of Three Dimensional Shapes - MIT
3 VIEW: The Ames Virtual Environment Workstation - NASA Ames Research Center
4 Three-Dimensional Interfaces in Shared Environments - AT&T Bell Laboratories
5 The Piano Tutor - Carnegie-Mellon University
6 Color Selection - Xerox PARC
Contents:
Issue 56: CHI'90 Technical Video Program - User Interface Technologies and Applications
1 Xerox Star User Interface: An Overview - Xerox Corporation
2 Silicon Graphics Workstation - Silicon Graphics Inc.
3 Metamouse: End-User Programming by Demonstration - University of Calgary
4 Graphical Reasoning for Graphical Interfaces - Bellcore
5 FormsVBT: A Two-View Approach to Constructing User Interfaces - DEC
6 The Strauss Mouse - EDS Centre for Machine Intelligence

Bookmark: V.SVR.57
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Editor: Myers, Brad
Editor: al, et
Date: 1990
Volume: 57
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'90 (All the Widgets)
Weblink: Posted to Vimeo
Weblink: 582M WMV
Weblink: 274M MP4
Contents:
Issue 57: CHI'90 Special Issue - All the Widgets
1 Introduction (3 minutes)
2 Scroll Bars (16 minutes)
3 Menus (30 minutes)
4 Palettes (2 minutes)
5 Command Buttons (7 minutes)
6 Radio Buttons (6 minutes)
7 Check Boxes (3 minutes)
8 Text Selection (12 minutes)
9 Basic Text Editing (9 minutes)
10 Dialog Boxes (7 minutes)
11 Selecting Graphical Objects (4 minutes)
12 Basic Editing of Graphical Objects (5 minutes)
13 Desktops (how windows and icons look) (8 minutes)
14 Window Manager Commands (21 minutes)
15 Conclusion (6 minutes)
Absract: A widget, also called an interaction technique or gadget, is a low-level technique for using an input device to control a computer. This tape is a historical survey of mouse and keyboard based techniques. The goal is to show a variety of approaches that have been used for the same operation, and show the historical development of the most popular techniques. The tape includes over 180 segments from 30 systems from 16 companies and universities. Systems are arranged in chronological order in each section. Systems (sources) include: * Andrew (ITC) * ARK (Xerox) * Bravo (Xerox) * Cedar (Xerox) * DECWindows (DEC) * Display Manager (Apollo/HP) * Draw (Xerox) * Dynamic Windows (Symbolics) * Fabrik (apple) * Grace (IBM) * Hyperties (U. Maryland) * Interlisp (Xerox and Encore) * Macintosh (Apple) * Markup (Xerox) * Motif (OSF) * Moving Menu (U. Toronto) * NexTStep (NeXT) * NLS (SRI) * Open Dialogue (Apollo/HP) * OPEN LOOK (Sun) * Peridot (U. Toronto) * Pie Menus (U. Maryland) * Presentation Manager (Microsoft) * Sapphire (PERQ) * SGI (Silicon Graphics) * Smalltalk (Xerox and ParcPlace) * Star (Xerox) * Viewpoint (Xerox) * Visual Shell (Apollo/HP) * XDE (Xerox)

Bookmark: V.UIS.90
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: User Interface Strategies '90
Author: Shneiderman, Ben
Author: Marcus, Aaron
Author: Carroll, John M.
Author: Mountford, S. Joy
Date: 1989-12-07
Pages: 5:00, includes one set of course notes
City: Engineering Classroom Building, Room 2105, College Park, MD 20742
Publisher: University of Maryland, Instructional Television System
Note: Phone: 301-405-4913
Contents:
Lecture 1: Breakthroughs in User Interface Design
	Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland
Lecture 2: Graphic Design and the Ten Commandments of Color
	Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus Associates
Lecture 3: The Nurnberg Funnel: Minimalist Instruction for Computer Skill
	John M. Carroll, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
Lecture 4: Navigation of Multi-Media Data
	S. Joy Mountford, Apple Computer
Absract: These four leaders in the field offer their perspectives on why the user interface is a central focus for expanding the application of computers. They offer their visions and suggest exciting opportunities for the next decade's developments. Demonstrations, new software tools, guiding principles, emerging theories, empirical results, and future scenarios will be presented.

Bookmark: V.SVR.45-46
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1989
Volume: 45-46
City: Austin, TX
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'89
Contents:
Issue 45: CHI'89 Technical Video Program - Education and Training
1 Cookin' with VIC - VA Medical Rehabilitation Center
2 Reasoning Under Uncertainty - BBN Labs
3 Freestyle - Wang Labs
4 Rapport - AT&T Bell Labs
5 CRUISER - Bell Communications Research
Contents:
Issue 46: CHI'89 Technical Video Program - Computing Environments
1 A Navigator for UNIX - ParcPlace Systems
2 An Overview of the Andrew System - CMU ITC
3 Sun 386i On-Line Help - Sun Microsystems
4 Context-Sensitive Animated Help - George Washington University

Bookmark: V.SVR.47-48
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1989
Volume: 47-48
City: Austin, TX
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'89
Contents:
Issue 47: CHI'89 Technical Video Program - Interface Technology
1 The Paper-Like Interface - IBM Watson Research Center
2 Human Interface Tool Set - MCC
3 16,000 Miles on a Bicycle - Roberts
4 Gargoyle3D: Snap-Dragging in 3D - Xerox PARC
Contents:
Issue 48: CHI'89 Technical Video Program - Multi-media Applications
1 Direction Assistance - MIT
2 Scripted Documents - Xerox PARC
	+ Zellweger, Polle T.
3 The Illustrated Neuroanatomy Glossary - MIT
4 Digital Darkroom - Xerox PARC
5 Interactive Graphical Search and Substitute - Xerox PARC

Bookmark: V.UIS.88
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: User Interface Strategies '88
Author: Shneiderman, Ben
Author: Malone, Thomas
Author: Norman, Donald A.
Author: Foley, James
Date: 1988-10-05 & 1988-10-12
Pages: 11:00, includes one set of course notes
City: Engineering Classroom Building, Room 2105, College Park, MD 20742
Publisher: University of Maryland, Instructional Television System
Note: Phone: 301-405-4913
Contents:
Introduction: New User Interface Strategies and Hypertext
	Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland
Computer Supported Cooperative Work: Using Information Technology for Coordination
	Thomas Malone, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
User Centered System Design: Emphasizing Usability and Understandability
	Donald A. Norman, University of California, San Diego
Tools for Designing and Implementing User-Computer Interfaces
	James Foley, George Washington University
Absract: New user interface ideas have engaged many researchers, designers, programmers, and users. The presenters offer their perspectives on why the user interface is a central focus for expanding the application of computers. Each presenter offers his vision and suggests exciting opportunities for new developments. Demonstrations, new software tools, guiding principles, emerging theories, and empirical results are also presented.

Bookmark: V.SVR.58-59
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1988
Volume: 58-59
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'88
Contents:
Issue 58: CHI'88 Technical Video Program
1 Experiments in Computer Support for Teamwork - Xerox PARC
2 Visualizing the Execution of Prolog Programs - The Open University
3 ViewPoint: Toward a Computer for Visual Thinkers - Stanford University
4 Specialist Help Using Multiple Media - IBM Watson Research Center
5 MacWorld Information Kiosk: Visual Metaphors for Accessing Information - Apple Computer
Contents:
Issue 59: CHI'88 Technical Video Program
1 Interfaces for Accessing Textual and Visual Information in Large Databases - Apple Computer
2 Creating User Interfaces by Demonstration: The Peridot User Interface Management System - University of Toronto
3 Intelligent Tutoring Systems: The ACT Project - Carnegie-Mellon University
4 More Voice Applications in Cedar - Xerox PARC

Bookmark: V.UIS.87
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: Designing the User Interface
Section: User Interface Strategies
Author: Shneiderman, Ben
Date: 1987
Pages: 4:30, includes one set of course notes
City: Engineering Classroom Building, Room 2105, College Park, MD 20742
Publisher: University of Maryland, Instructional Television System
Note: Phone: 301-405-4913
Absract: This course provides an overview of various interaction styles, workstation designs and aids to users, and teaches participants to become more responsive to the needs of the novice, occasional user, intermediate and expert PC user.

Bookmark: V.SVR.26-27
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1987
Volume: 26-27
City: Toronto, Canada
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI+GI'87
Contents:
Issue 26: CHI+GI'87 Electronic Theatre
1 Commercial productions from the U.S., Japan, and Canada
2 Best commercials submitted
3 Research computer graphics and visual synthesis
4 Research human interaction:
	Lego Logo - MIT Media Lab
	Hook-up - MIT Media Lab
	Animating Programs - Tektronix
	DataGlove - VPL Research
	Virtual Environment - NASA Ames
	Interactive Font Design - MIT Visible Language Workshop
	Color Selection Tools - Xerox PARC
	Intelligent Graphic Layout - MIT Visible Language Workshop
Contents:
Issue 27: CHI+GI'87 Technical Video Stream
4 Research human interaction:
	Conversational Desktop - MIT Media Lab
	+ Schmandt, Chris
	SemNet 2.1 - MCC
	+ Fairchild, Kim
	Alternate Reality Kit - Smith @ Xerox PARC
5 Animation projects as either research or demonstration pieces
	Digitoons and User Abuser - NYIT
	Opera Industriel - Pacific Data Images
	Digital Productions '86 - Digital Productions
	Interiors - San Francisco Production Group
	Luxo Jr. - Pixar
	Hot Air - Sandia National Labs
Work in Progress in Computer Graphics and Animation at MIT - Zeltzer @ MIT Media Lab
Multimedia Technology for Collaborative Writing - Edigo et al @ Bellcore

Bookmark: V.SVR.33-34
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1987
Volume: 33-34
City: Toronto, Canada
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI+GI'87
Contents:
Issue 33: CHI+GI'87 Technical Video Stream
1 Snap Dragging and the Gargoyle Illustration System - Pier et al @ Xerox PARC
2 MIT Visible Language Workshop - Russell @ MIT Media Lab
3 Color Selection Tool - Stone @ Xerox PARC
4 Siemens RTL Tiled Window System - Cohen @ Siemens RTL
5 Set Operations on Polyhedra Using Binary Space Partitioning Trees - Naylor @ Bell Labs
Contents:
Issue 34: CHI+GI'87 Technical Video Stream
1 Data Analysis Networks in DINDE - Oldford @ Univ. of Waterloo
2 Sassafras Demo - Hill @ ECRC
3 The Information Lens - Malone @ MIT
	+ Malone, Thomas W.
4 3D of MRI Images - Csuri @ OSU ACCAD
5 Three Dimensional Font Design - Giannitrapani @ BU

Bookmark: V.SVR.18-19
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1985
Volume: 18-19
City: San Francisco, CA
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'85
Contents:
Issue 18: CHI'85 Compilation
1 Designing a "No Surprise Editor" Prototype - IBM
2 Human Interface Aspects of Typefounder - Xerox
3 Multilingual Typing - Xerox
4 Boxer: Applications of a Personal Computing Environment - Abelson
5 Programming by Example - Xerox
6 Solidviews 1984: Interaction - Xerox
7 The Cousin User Interface Management System - Hayes @ CMU
8 A Testbed Computing Environment for Formalized System Development - Neches & Goldman
9 Software Control at the Stroke of a Pen - Pencept
Contents:
Issue 19: CHI'85 Compilation
1 Personal Planner: The Scenario Machine as a Research Tool - IBM
2 ACRONYM - Borenstein @ CMU
3 JUNO - Xerox
4 Document Examiner - Walker @ Symbolics
	+ Walker, Janet H.
5 The User Interface for Sapphire - PERQ Systems
6 Percent Done Indicator - Myers @ Toronto
7 ZStep: A Stepper for LISP Based on Visual Inspection - Lieberman
8 Cedar Programming Environment - Xerox
9 Magpie - Tektronix
10 Preparing a Meal - Curtis
11 Olympic Message System - IBM

Bookmark: V.SVR.12-13
Type: AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Title: SIGGRAPH Video Review
Date: 1983
Volume: 12-13
City: Boston, MA
Publisher: Association for Computing Machinery
Note: CHI'83
Contents:
Issue 12: CHI'83 Video Compilation
1 Rapid Prototyping Using FLAIR - Wong @ TRW
2 Towards a Comprehensive UIMS - Buxton @ Univ. of Toronto
	+ Buxton, Bill
3 Cousin Interface System - Hayes @ CMU
4 Tiger System Demonstration - Boeing
5 Video Games by Example - Atari
6 Mockingbird - Xerox
7 SSSP Demo - U. of T.
8 Selection-Positioning Task - Buxton @ Univ. of Toronto
	+ Buxton, Bill
Contents:
Issue 13: CHI'83 Video Compilation
1 Blit - Pike @ Bell Labs
	+ Pike, Rob
2 Movie Manual Project - MIT
3 Office of the Professional - Imperial College
4 Put That There - MIT
5 Program Visualization - CCA
6 Magnetic Fusion Experiment Control Center - LLNL
7 Sketchpad - Sutherland @ MIT (1963)
	+ Sutherland, Ivan