Registration for the conference is now open (29 August, 2005)
Registration for the conference is now open and our Registration page will tell you how. Please see Cost and sponsors for a summary of the registration and accommodation options and prices, before you book. Please also note that the Early Bird rates close on 10th October – book now.
Short paper submissions are open (30 June, 2005)
Short paper submissions are now open. To submit a paper authors are directed to do so at conferencereview.com.
Workshop and Tutorial submissions are open (27 June, 2005)
Workshop and Tutorial submissions are now open and have been extended to 15th of July. To submit a paper authors are directed to send their materials directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. A financial incentive to help with travel costs (20% of participants’ contribution) is available to workshop and tutorial organizers.
Long paper submissions are open (27 May, 2005)
Long paper submissions are now open and have been extended to 6th of June. To submit a paper authors are directed to do so at conferencereview.com.
Karen Holtzblatt to OZCHI 2005 (26 May, 2005)
Karen Holtzblatt from InContext Enterprises, author of "Contextual Design" and co-author of the companion book "Rapid Contextual Design" has officially announced that she will be the opening keynote for OZCHI 2005.
Want to help promote OZCHI? (22 April, 2005)
Want to help promote OZCHI? Download the OZCHI flier (PDF, 32 KB) and e-mail it on, hand it out, or post it up on your local noticeboard.
Student volenteers wanted (1 April, 2005)
We're looking for student volunteers. If you are a student of HCI, this is a great way to enter the HCI research and practitioner community, meet other students, and attend one of the most important Australian conferences in HCI. For more information or to apply, please download the Call for Student Volunteers (PDF 108 KB).
OZCHI 2005 to be held in Canberra, Australia (3 March, 2005)
This year's conference will be held 21 - 25 November 2005 in Canberra, Australia. Our Call for Participation has been launched.