The workshop will run a full-day schedule, with HYBRID participation, starting with presentations of experiences, proposals and position statements in the morning. A panel of experts discussing the workshop main themes will be followed by a ideation session in the afternoon, before concluding with group discussion of key issues and plans to move forward.
During the coffee breaks and lunch break, authors and attendees may take part in informal discussions or present demos of their work to participants. The afternoon will include an ideation session where participants will be divided into smaller groups and asked to reflect on the key themes of the workshop. The workshop will conclude with a discussion of ideas generated by the groups, and a set of proposed actions to carry the workshop momentum forward.

Final Workshop Schedule

  • 09:00 - 09:15: Welcome and introduction
  • 09:15 - 10:00: Invited talk
  • 10:00 - 10:30: Coffee Break + Posters/Demos
  • 10:30 - 12:30: Presentations
  • 12:30 - 13:30: Lunch break
  • 13:30 - 15:30: Panel discussion
  • 15:30 - 16:00: Coffee Break + Posters/Demos
  • 16:00 - 17:00: Ideation
  • 17:00 - 18:00: Discussion and conclusions

Accepted papers

  • A Comparison of Table, Wall, and Midair Mixed Reality Keyboard Locations [PDF]
    J. Reynolds, S. Kuhl, K. Vertanen
  • A Phrase Dataset with Difficulty Ratings Under Simulated Touchscreen Input [PDF]
    D. Gaines, K. Vertanen
  • Effects of Personality Type on Trust in Autocorrect and Preferences [PDF]
    J. Kneifel, D. Spaeth, W. Stuerzlinger
  • Speech Recognition Versus Typing: A Mixed-Methods Evaluation [PDF]
    J. Kneifel, O. Alharbi, W. Stuerzlinger
  • Text Entry Research - The last 5 years (2018-2022) [PDF]
    A. Komninos, I. Simou
  • The Effects of Errors in Speech Transcription: A User Study [PDF]
    T. Bao, A. Ahmed, W. Stuerzlinger
  • The Impact of Number of Predictions on User Performance in a Dwell Keyboard [PDF]
    J. Adhikari, M. Isom, K. Vertanen

Panel discussion

This session will feature a panel discussion on the future of text entry research, with panel members presenting their views on the workshop main themes (Fostering open science, Improving collaboration, Diversifying research methodology, Addressing the needs of under-represented populations, and Supporting the development of the text entry community), or additional themes of their own choice.

Panel members joining the workshop virtually:

  • Lik-Hang (Paul) Lee [Scholar]
    Assistant Professor, ISE and Grad. School of Data Science, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
  • Sayan Sarcar [Scholar]
    Lecturer in Human-Computer Interaction, School of Computing and Digital Technology, Birmingham City University

The panel discussion will also include a presentation of written contributions by: