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   Journal of Information Visualization (IVS)
   Springer The Visual Computer
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   Elsevier Computers and Graphics
   IEEE Transaction on Computer Human Interaction (TOCHI)
   International Journal on HCI (IJHCI)
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    Lab Etiquette

  • 1. Please keep all the doors closed. 
  • 2 . Clean up after yourselves. As we are (mostly) all adults, we expect the lab to be kept in presentable state. When the lab is expecting visitors, please remove all trash, and arrange your workspaces neatly.
  • 3. Visitors are allowed, but they are your responsibility. We recommend being with them at all times.
  • 4. Personal demos are encouraged, but it is your responsibility to learn to use the equipment and give the demo correctly. Remember to power down all the devices after use.
  • 6. Log yourself off of your PC (or have it system locked) when you leave.
  • 7. If you see someone not in the group using the machines, tell them that access to the lab is restricted to group research only. If you have additional problems, please contact a faculty member to speak to that person.
  • 8. If you are the last one to leave, please check all the devices in case one was accidentally left on. Then please turn off all the lights and make sure all doors and windows are closed and locked.
  • 9. Do not LOCK the demo machine (in case you leave and forget).
  • 10. Keep the virus protection on your desktop PC and any other research PCs that you regularly use up-to-date.
  • 11. Your computer should have your personal login and an administrative login. Please do not create any new accounts on the lab computers. If anyone asks you to create an account, please tell them that they need to get approval from Dr. Ribarsky.
  • 12. Each desk is assigned to a specific person. Our system is NOT open-usage computers. If you need to use other person's computer, please ask them ahead nicely.
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