A lot of the papers you come across during your studies in Human Computer Interaction are built on years of long-term research, other cover months of a conducted study in a field. Experiences are compressed into 10-40 pages, aiming at making an explicit point and a valuable contribution to the related body of literature out there.
In this reading class, we want to dismantle some of the fundamental pieces of academic literature in field of Socio-Informatics and HCI and dig deep. We want to follow argumentations, agree and disagree, think bigger, take turns, reflect upon the impact these papers have on Socio-Informatics and HCI in general and your research interests and studies in particular.