Twenty-five (25) years worth of research papers, presentations, software and other materials from the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Maryland.
I discovered the tech report site in the musings of Kim Rees, Thoughts on the HCIL symposium.
From the overview of the HCIL:
The Human-Computer Interaction lab has a long, rich history of transforming the experience people have with new technologies. From understanding user needs, to developing and evaluating those technologies, the lab’s faculty, staff, and students have been leading the way in HCI research and teaching.
We believe it is critical to understand how the needs and dreams of people can be reflected in our future technologies. To this end, the HCIL develops advanced user interfaces and design methodology. Our primary activities include collaborative research, publication and the sponsorship of open houses, workshops and symposiums.
I mentioned the tech reports, don’t neglect the video reports, presentations and projects while you are browsing this site.
If I were making a limited set of sites to search for human-computer interface issues, this would be one of them. Yes?