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HC-Hive is a podcast run by M.S. Human-Computer Interaction students at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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HC-Hive is a podcast run by M.S. Human-Computer Interaction students at Georgia Institute of Technology.

    [Season 3] After Dark: Director’s Tell All

    [Season 3] After Dark: Director’s Tell All

    The After Dark you've been waiting for. Ngoc and Harshali chat with Dr. Henneman, director of the MSHCI program at Georgia Tech, and hear about his experience with prospective students, transforming the program, and of course, Hot Takes. 



    Credits:

    - Host(s): Ngoc Tran, Harshali Wadge

    - Production and Edits: Harshali Wadge 

    - Logo: Olivia Hughes


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    • 47 min
    [Season 3] The HC-Hive: Ep. 13 - SpaceUX

    [Season 3] The HC-Hive: Ep. 13 - SpaceUX

    HCI has roots in old school technology, often funded and researched by the government. In this episode, Ngoc and Harshali hang out with recent graduate Jack to talk about his experiences of working for NASA and the unique challenges of working in the public sector.

    Credits:

    - Host(s): Ngoc Tran, Harshali Wadge

    - Production and Edits: Ngoc Tran

    - Logo: Olivia Hughes


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    • 36 min
    [Season 3] The HC-Hive - Ep. 12 - Stakeholders Are Forever

    [Season 3] The HC-Hive - Ep. 12 - Stakeholders Are Forever

    In HCI, you always have stakeholders - collaborators, peers, managers, reports, users, and even competitors. In this episode, Ngoc and Harshali chat with Jill and Grace to hear their experiences of working in collaborative environments and how to conquer spaces with differing interests. 

    Credits:

    - Host(s): Ngoc Tran, Harshali Wadge

    - Production and Edits: Harshali Wadge and Savannah Phillips

    - Logo: Olivia Hughes




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    • 44 min
    [Season 3] The HC-Hive: Ep. 11 - Data and Order

    [Season 3] The HC-Hive: Ep. 11 - Data and Order

    We love data, here at the HC Hive. But as data has grown, so have its ethical implications. In this episode, Ngoc and Harshali chat with Yash, Ellen, and Conor to discuss emerging discussions in data ethics. 

    Credits:

    - Host(s): Ngoc Tran, Harshali Wadge

    - Production and Edits: Savannah Phillips

    - Logo: Olivia Hughes


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    • 48 min
    [Season 3] The HC-Hive: Ep. 10 - Lost in Translation

    [Season 3] The HC-Hive: Ep. 10 - Lost in Translation

    Stories are at the heart of user experiences - from the setting, to the conflict, to the technological resolution. In this episode, Ngoc and Harshali hang out with Kyle, David, and Ines to discuss how we can become effective storytellers in HCI, and why it's an important skill to build. 



    Credits:

    - Host(s): Ngoc Tran, Harshali Wadge

    - Production and Edits: Savannah Phillips

    - Logo: Olivia Hughes


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    • 43 min
    [Season 3] The HC-Hive: Ep. 9 - Straight Outta Reality

    [Season 3] The HC-Hive: Ep. 9 - Straight Outta Reality

    Augmented and Virtual Reality tech is all the rage these days. Ngoc and Harshali chat with Morgan to talk about the nuances of building AR/VR projects, gatekeeping in this space, and inclusion. 



    Credits:

    - Host(s): Ngoc Tran, Harshali Wadge

    - Production and Edits: Savannah Phillips

    - Logo: Olivia Hughes


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    • 33 min

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Great HCI Research Podcast

Great podcast. Thanks so much for putting in the time to the podcast as grad students. I hope the Georgia Tech grad student hosts and production team are getting some form of stipend for their time.

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