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CHI 2020 Remote Presentations

As CHI 2020 did not take place physically, full paper authors had the unique opportunity of disseminating their work as a remote video presentation. To maintain the format of a conference-like presentation, authors were asked to submit videos that met the following guidelines:

  • Be maximum of 15 minutes in duration.
  • An engaging presentation format. We recommended a full-screen recording of the slides along with a picture-in-picture video of the presenter, but also welcomed alternatives that took advantage of the video format. 
  • Include subtitles for closed-captioning.

The Video Presentation team (Alix Goguey, Ignacio Avellino, Kashyap Todi, Tovi Grossman) corresponded with authors, and handled the processing of all videos. In total, 470 remote presentations were submitted. This represents 62% of accepted papers. The duration of videos ranged from 2 minutes to 15 minutes (with the exception of one 30-second video preview). The mean duration was just under 13 minutes, with a standard deviation of 2.4 minutes. All remote presentations have now been published on the SIGCHI Youtube channel. The videos are organized in playlists to facilitate viewing and discoverability. The CHI 2020 Presentations playlist contains the entire catalogue. Additionally, videos are organized in session-wise playlists, as they would have appeared at the conference. In addition, the SIGCHI web app now also includes DOI and video links (when available) for each paper. Simply navigate to the conference program, find a paper, and select it to see the links below the title.

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