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This workshop aims is to bring together the ubiquitous text entry research community, addressing the methodological challenges arising from several decades of experience. The workshop focusses less on technical innovation, and more on methodological and collaborative practices that will improve our effectiveness in addressing text entry challenges for the next decade. We invite members of the research community from all levels of experience, to submit views, experiences and ideas based on their perspective. Submissions should touch upon issues such as open science, collaborative research, inclusion and revision of mainstream lab/field evaluation methods and metrics, with a view to formulate concrete action plans to move community practices into a strengthened position by 2030. We invite “artifact” papers, demonstrating technical innovation, as well as “position” papers relating to identified challenges for future research practices.
Exploring literature, and through our own experience, we have identified a range of challenges for text entry research, which can be outlined as follows:
The workshop's aim is to focus less on technical innovation, but more on methodological and collaborative practices that
will improve our effectiveness in addressing text entry challenges for the next decade.
By bring the community together, in order to start a discussion around these common issues, we aim to conclude by deciding on collective steps towards implementing a joint action plan to solidify and improve our scientific practices, and ultimately achieve greater impacts in the digital society.
Please read our accepted workshop proposal for a clearer view of the workshop background, context and objectives.