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1 – Zooming into the Experiences of Young People in Lebanon
Sara Armouch (Open Lab-Newcastle University)

2 – Usability in the field: Reflections from an HCI4D project in rural West Bengal (PDF)
Vaishnav Kameswaran (University of Michigan)
Megh Marathe (University of Michigan)
Priyank Chandra (University of Michigan)
Priyamvada Pandey (Independent Researcher)
Joyojeet Pal (University of Michigan)

3 – Chatbot for Family Planning Counseling (PDF)
Syed Ali Hussain (Michigan State University)
Folu Ogundimu (Michigan State University)
Shirish Bhattarai (none)
Syed Hussain (Michigan State University)

4 – Lessons From The Scale Up of a Mobile Health Initiative in Rural Nepal (PDF)
Ranju Sharma (Medic Mobile)
Isaac Holeman (University of Cambridge)

5 – Media Reconstruction and Archiving on Cambodian Facebook (PDF)
Margaret Jack (Cornell University Department of Information Science)

6 – Promoting a Student Interactive Learning Environment using Smart Class Rooms: An Enhanced Approach for Namibian Universities (PDF)
Jovita Mateus (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Karin Amukugo-Frölich (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Esna Mangundu (Namibia University of Science and Technology)

7 – Community-Led Video Education for Digital Financial Services in India (PDF)
Aditya Vashistha (University of Washington)
Rashmi Kanthi (Independent Researcher)
Richard J Anderson (University of Washington)

8 – How Do You Feel When You Are Driving?: A Participatory Approach (PDF)
Nova Ahmed (North South University)
Saad Azmeen Ur Rahman (North South University)
Rahat Jahangir Rony (North South University)
Tanvir Mushfique (North South University)

9 – Analyzing Current Status of Urban Female Undergrads In Labs (PDF)
Nova Ahmed (North South University)
Lamia Iftekhar (North South University)
Silvia Ahmed (North South University)
Tarif Riyad Rahman (North South University)

10 – Advancing HCI Education in Egypt: Exploring Lived Cultural Heritage Through Design (PDF)
Anne Preston (Kingston Univeristy)
Shaimaa Lazem (City for Scientific Research and Technological Applications Egypt)
Ahmed Kharrufa (Newcastle University)
Peter Stone (Newcastle University)
Sam Elkington (Higher Education Academy)
Linda Price (Kingston University)

11 – Towards Devising a Low-cost and Easy-to-use Arithmetic Learning Tool for Economically Less-privileged Visually-impaired Children (PDF)
Tusher Chakraborty (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology)
Taslim Arefin Khan (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology)
A. B. M. Alim Al Islam (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology)

12 – Challenges of Low-Literacy Fieldwork: Lessons from the Field (PDF)
Mennat-Allah Saleh (Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Science)
Christian Sturm (Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Science)

13 – Living Without a Smartphone: Using Autoethnography to Get Closer to Basic Phone Users (PDF)
Leonel Vinicio Morales Diaz (Universidad Francisco Marroquin)
Laura Sanely Gaytan-Lugo (Universidad de Colima)
Linda Morales (Universidad Francisco Marroquin)
Carlos Morales (Universidad Francisco Marroquin)
Víctor del Cid (Universidad Francisco Marroquin)
Sebastian Enriquez (Universidad Francisco Marroquin)

14 – The Silent Language of Materials: Gender e-Textiles and Mayan Weaving (PDF)
Foad Hamidi (University of Maryland)
Karla Saenz (Kopalli Arte Publico)
Melanie Baljko (York University)

15 – Technology usage by Mexican migrants in the United States of America (PDF)
Cuauhtemoc Rivera-Loaiza (Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo)
Francisco J. Dominguez-Mota (Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo)

16 – Twitter as an Across-Border Social Media Platform: Who is Participating? (PDF)
Naveena Karusala (Georgia Tech)
Trevor Perrier (University of Washington)
Neha Kumar (Georgia Tech)

17 – Tracking Human Trafficking with Crowdsourcing (PDF)
Malay Bhattacharyya (Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology Shibpur)

18 – HCI and Gender-based Violence Hackathons in Namibia (PDF)
Emilia Shikeenga (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Ndinelago Nashandi (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Annastasia Shipepe (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Ruben Ndjibu (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Anicia Peters (Namibia University of Science and Technology)

19 – Designing for Career Choices in Namibia (PDF)
Annastasia Shipepe (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Anicia Peters (Namibia University of Science and Technology)

20 – Designing for Use and Non-Use: The Case of Neighborhood Clinics (PDF)
Azra Ismail (Georgia  Tech)
Naveena Karusala (Georgia  Tech)
Neha Kumar (Georgia  Tech)

21 – Co-creation a tool to create inclusive e-services in developing countries: A case of open data hackathon in Namibia (PDF)
Lameck Mbangula Amugongo (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Heinrich Aluvilu (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Emilia Shikeenga (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Nabot Natanael (Namibia University of Science and Technology)

22 – Digital Service Adoption Model for the Youths Living in the Informal Settlements (PDF)
Asnath Paula Kambunga (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Heike Winschiers-Theophilus (Namibia University of Science and Technology)

23 – An Exploratory Study to Exterminate Hepatitis in Pakistan Using Digital Means. (PDF)
Aneesa Abbasi (Lahore University of Management Sciences)
Maryam Abdul Ghafoor (Lahore University of Management Sciences)
Meher Fatima Zaidi (Lahore University of Management Sciences)
Furqan Arshad (Lahore University of Management Sciences)
Suleman Shahid (Lahore university of Management Sciences)

24 – Towards Design Inspirations for Cultural Technologies from Explorative Workshops with San Youth (PDF)
Maria Kauhondamwa (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Heike Winschiers-Theophilus (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Kileni Fernando (Ana-JehSan Trust)

25 – Crossing Disciplinary Borders to Address Challenges of HIV Outreach (PDF)
Samyukta Sherugar (Georgia Tech)
Rajesh Chandwani (IIM Ahmedabad India)
Neha Kumar (Georgia Tech)

26 – Community Based Co-Design Of Effective Visual Hints In A 3D Virtual Environment With Namibian Rural Elders (PDF)
Michael B Chamunorwa (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Gereon Koch Kapuire (Namibia University of Science and Technology)

27 – Automating Personalized Patient Information in Runyankore (PDF)
Joan Byamugisha (University of Cape Town)
Brian DeRenzi (University of Cape Town)
C. Maria Keet (University of Cape Town)

28 – Towards Building iBeacon-based Smart Indoor Environments for Visually Impaired Users (PDF)
Jashmi Lagisetty (Arizona State University)
Devi Archana Paladugu (Arizona State University)
Baoxin Li (Arizona State University)

29 – Investigating the Relationship between Gender Social and Cultural Barriers and Mental Health in Rural Bangladesh (PDF)
Sharifa Sultana (Cornell University)
Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed (Cornell University)
Nicola Dell (Cornell University)

30 – Where’s “ICT for Latin America”? Addressing this Research Gap in ICT4D Literature (PDF)
David Nemer (University of Kentucky)
Caroline Stratton (University of Texas at Austin)

31 – Designer Experience and Knowledge Sharing Evolution: A Namibian Context (PDF)
Donovan Maasz (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Heike Winschiers-Theophilus (Namibia University of Science and Technology)
Colin Stanley (Namibia University of Science and Technology)

32 – Designing for Cultural and Linguistic Diversity with Virtual Peer Tutors
Amy Ogan (Carnegie Mellon University)
Roberto De Roock (National Institute of Education Singapore)

33 – Virtual Reality for Many Kinds of Learning (PDF)
Aditya Vishwanath (Georgia Tech)
Neha Kumar (Georgia Tech)

34 – Co-Design Across Borders (PDF)
Isaac Holeman (Medic Mobile and Univ of Cambridge)
Edwin Blake (UCT Centre in ICT4D)
Melissa Densmore (UCT Centre in ICT4D)
Maletšabisa Molapo (UCT Centre in ICT4D)
Fiona Ssozi (Makarere University)
Elizabeth Goodman (18F)
Indrani Medhi Thies (Microsoft Research)
Susan Wyche (Michigan State University)

35 – The Effects of Monetary and Non-Monetary Incentives on Respondents of Longitudinal Surveys (PDF)
Ngonidzashe Choga (University of Cape Town)
Brian DeRenzi (University of Cape Town)
Todd Rosenstock (World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF))

36 – Sustainable IVR-Based Social Media for the Developing World (PDF)
Abdullah Kharal (Information Technology University)
Mustafa Naseem (University of Colorado Boulder)
Sacha Ahmad (Information Technology University)
Dr. Agha Ali Raza (Information Technology University)
Abdullah Kharal (Information Technology University)

37 – Differences in STEM Gender Disparity Between India and the United States (PDF)
Purva Yardi (University of Michigan)
Megh Marathe (University of Michigan)
Kentaro Toyama (University of Michigan)

38 – A Tale of Two (Smart) Cities: Atlanta (USA) and Cox’s Bazar (Bangladesh) (PDF)
Mehrab Bin Morshed (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Jay Chen (New York University – Abu Dhabi)
Neha Kumar (Georgia Institute of Technology)

39 – Designing Technologies for Non-Dominant Communities to Cross Social-Cultural Borders (PDF)
Marisol Wong-Villacres (Georgia Tech)
Betsy DiSalvo (Georgia Tech)
Neha Kumar (Georgia Tech)

40 – Across Borders With or Without Walls (PDF)
J. Alfredo Sánchez (Universidad de las Américas Puebla)

41 – Supporting Communication among Pakistani Parents Teachers and Students at School Level (PDF)
Ali Raza (University of Management and Technology)
Muhammad Shoaib Farooq (University of Management and Technology)
Adnan Abid (University of Management and Technology)
Uzma Farooq (University of Management and Technology)

42 – Maternal Awareness for Low-Literate Expecting Parents via Voice-Based Telephone Services (PDF)
Sacha St-Onge Ahmad (Information Technology University)
Mustafa Naseem (University of Colorado Boulder)
Agha Ali Raza (Information Technology University)

43 – Empowering Refugees in Malaysia: WhatsApp as a dominant tool (PDF)
Eiad Yafi (Universiti Kuala Lumpur)
Murshidah Said (M & Z Empowerment Institute)

44 – UxB: User Experience Synergies Across Borders (PDF)
Yazmín Magallanes (Universidad de las Américas Puebla)

45 – Cultural Hybridity in Design with Australian Aboriginal Communities (PDF)
Jennyfer Lawrence Taylor (Queensland University of Technology)
Alessandro Soro (Queensland University of Technology)
Paul Roe (Queensland University of Technology)
Anita Lee Hong (Queensland University of Technology)
Margot Brereton (Queensland University of Technology)

46 – HCI Digital Civics and the Refugee Crisis: Challenges at the Intersection of the Field (PDF)
Sean Peacock (Newcastle University)
Dalya Al-Shahrabi (Newcastle University)

47 – A Key HCI based- concept for Creating Empathy for Refugees (PDF)
Marcel Neuenhaus (Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Sciences)
Maha Aly (Technical University of Dortmund)

48 – Facilitating non-visual access to math equations on braille displays (PDF)
Silvia Fajardo-Flores (Universidad de Colima)
Rafael Gutiérrez-Pulido (Universidad de Colima)
María Andrade-Aréchiga (Universidad de Colima)

49 – The UsaLab Experience: A Story of Mexican Growth and Adaptation (PDF)
Mario A Moreno-Rocha (Universidad Tecnológica de la Mixteca)
Carlos A Martínez-Sandoval (Universidad Tecnológica de la Mixteca)

50 – Participatory Shelter Design for Displaced Populace: Reflections from a User Study (PDF)
Samar Sabie (University of Toronto)
Steve Easterbrook (University of Toronto)
Cosmin Munteanu (University of Toronto)
Karan Singh (University of Toronto)
Olivier St-Cyr (University of Toronto)
Fatma Hashim (AL-Mesalla Organization for Human Development)

51 – Social Computing & Development (PDF)
Michaelanne Dye (Georgia Tech)
Amy Bruckman (Georgia Tech)
Neha Kumar (Georgia Tech)

52 – Using question-specific vocabularies with Salaam to support speech data collection (PDF)
Kayokwa Nick Chibuye (University of Cape Town)
Brian DeRenzi (University of Cape Town)
Todd Rosenstock (World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF))

53 – Can ICT Capacity Building Activities have Psychosocial Benefits in Humanitarian Settings? (PDF)
Ole Kristoffer Bjelland (University of Colorado Boulder)
Mustafa Naseem (University of Colorado Boulder)

54 – Engaging with Digital Inequalities Research in the Developing World (PDF)
Vibhore Vardhan (Cornell Tech)
Anthony Poon (Cornell Tech)

55 – Social Computing for Food and Sustainable Living: an African Context (PDF)
Tochukwu Arinze Ikwunne (Federal University Ndufu-Alike Ikwo)
Adrain Clear (Northumbria University)

56 – Teaching HCI and Research in local HCI problems in Uganda: Current Status and Recommendations
Rehema Baguma (Makerere University Uganda)

57 – Temporality in Crisis Informatics: Representations of time in digital humanitarian systems (PDF)
Wendy Norris (University of Colorado Boulder)
Stephen Voida (University of Colorado Boulder)

58 – IRSC AmeriCorps Experience and Design Skills Combine to Address Challenges of Resettled Refugees in the US (PDF)
Liz Irk (Purdue University)

59 – Twitter Usage In The Developing World – A Case Study From Pakistan (PDF)
Muhammad Raza Khan (UC Berkeley)
Mahrukh Mehmood (University of Washington)

60 – Intelligent And Interactive Companion Combined With Wearable Technology And Re-creatable Environment To Avoid Anxiety
Hashini Senaratne (University of Moratuwa)
Yasura Vithana (University of Moratuwa)

61 – Co-Design of Visualisations of Fisher Catch Data with Small-scale Fishers in South Africa (PDF)
Eduardo Koloma Junior (University of Cape Town)
Brian DeRenzi (University of Cape Town)
Serge Raemaekers (University of Cape Town)

62 – Use of Low-Cost Hardware in Human-Computer Interaction Classes across Mexico and Canada (PDF)
Pedro C. Santana-Mancilla (University of Colima)
Miguel A. Garcia-Ruiz (Algoma University)
Laura S. Gaytan-Lugo (University of Colima)

63 – Finding And Bridging the Gender Divide In Financial Services And Financial Inclusion (PDF)
Samia Ibtasam (University of Washington)
Lubna Razaq (Information Technology University)
Sam Castle (University of Washington)
Richard Anderson (University of Washington)

64 – HCI and Forced Mobility: Revisiting SDGs for the IDPs in Bangladesh (PDF)
Abdullah Hasan Safir (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology)
Faheem Hussain (SUNY Korea)
Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed (Cornell University)

65 – Street Rehab: Bridging the Gap Between Accessibility and Rehabilitation in Delhi (PDF)
Catherine Holloway (University College London)
Behzad Heravi (University College London)
Sarah Nicholson (University College London)
Vijay Rao (Indian Institute of Technology Dehli)
Shankar Subbiah (V-Shesh)
Vicki Austin (Global Disability Innovation Hub)
Revathy Rugmini (Leonard Cheshire Disability South Asia)
Maria Kett (University College London)
Steve Hailes (University College London)