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The International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction serves as a forum to communicate original, high-quality research in child-computer interaction and interaction design and children. IJCCI employs a single-blind review process, utilizing a minimum of two (2) referees. The journal welcomes contributions on the following topics:
• New methods for working with children in design, evaluation and research;
• Models that help designers and researchers better understand children and their relationships with technology;
• Interaction design cases that demonstrate novel and well designed technologies for children;
• Studies of how children interact with and through technology;
• Research about the use of, and the design of, technologies for play, learning, sociality and communication;
• Reviews of the literature, theories around child development and technology design;
• Studies of gaming and the application of serious games theories to children's technologies;
• Evaluation studies of new and emerging technologies designed for children.
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