How to Hybrid at CHI
All of academia are all still figuring out what makes an effective hybrid conference. For CHI2022, we decided early on that there was no one platform or single channel where everyone would interact. While we are pushing the conference content through Hubb, we wanted to try a multi-pronged strategy for the other major activity of any conference – the social interaction.
Discord: If you are registered for the conference, you can join the CHI2022 Discord channel, where there are channels for every room at the conference, for seeking friends, for chatting about broader CHI issues and whatever else you’d like.
Twitter: Does any conference live without the tweet these days? There is always the #chi2022 conference hashtag, and the @acm_chi account to follow. Keep up-to-date on the latest drama! 😉 Our social media team is anxious to elevate you! Use #CHI2022nola for in-person experience what we should retweet and #CHI2022web for an online experience what we should retweet. Student volunteers use #CHI2022SV for their perspective on the conference.
LinkedIn: Yes, *that* LinkedIn. We have a CHI conference page on LinkedIn where we will share information (https://www.linkedin.com/company/80328897) and a CHI LinkedIn Group (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12250153/) for you to follow.
Instagram: We want you to share your pictures of how you view CHI! Using the #chi2022 hashtag, share you set up at home, or your experience in New Orleans. Follow our account at https://www.instagram.com/acm_chi/.
Facebook: For the classic, vanilla version of CHI, there is the CHI conference page (https://www.facebook.com/acmchi). If you also like to live dangerously, there’s CHI Meta (https://www.facebook.com/groups/834637469921428).
Use one, use them all! If you are in New Orleans, or anywhere else in the world we want to see your pictures, how you’re experiencing CHI2022. We look forward to interacting with you on social media!