Welcome to the Design Bibliography Wiki. This site exists to collect and annotate resources of interest to the human-computer interaction, social-computing, participatory design and information systems design communities. Essentially people who are concerned about computers in a human context.
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Start quickly by creating a new reference entry. First enter some bibliographic information, and then annotate!
Keywords categorize pages and references into more specific interest groups.
Check Recent Changes frequently to see what else has been going on lately.
Wikis are not your conventional medium. Please first read the short overview of wikis to get a feel for what the intentions are behind its design. One of the key points is that every page is editable. Try it out in the sandbox! Once you are comfortable, create a page with your real name describing and introducing yourself.
When you are done, visit Recent Changes. You can keep track of what else is going on in the wiki from there.
Feel free to make changes. Have courage to comment, add to, or even edit what other people write. Don't worry. If you also watch Recent Changes, you can fix mistakes that others will be making when playing around.