8200 Warden Ave
Markham, Ontario L6G 1A1

Please join us for a tour of IBM's User Centered Design facilities at the IBM Toronto Lab. Please RSVP to [email protected] by April 20 as we can only accommodate the first 30 people.

DATE: Wednesday April 25, 2007
TIME: Registration starts at 6:30pm; Presentations start at 7:00pm
LOCATION: 8200 Warden, Markham, north of HWY 407 on the east side
COST: Free for ToRCHI members* (General 1-year membership $20; Guests and students $10-; ACM members $15-)
RSVP required to [email protected] by April 20, 2007

This event is a site visit to IBM's User Centered Design facilities at the IBM Toronto Lab. Several UCD staff will briefly showcase tools they use, work they've completed and processes they use. Breakout sessions will give attendees the opportunity to learn about these topics in more detail by speaking with individual presenters.

Presenters include Karel Vredenburg, Michael Zuliani, Jin Li, and Diego Rivera. These presenters are well-known in the Toronto UCD community and beyond through publications, conference presentations, and teaching and presentations to local university classes and professional organizations. Other IBM UCD staff will also be present to talk to you about UCD at IBM.

Directions to the IBM Toronto Lab
There are three entrances to the Lab available. They are:

* South Town Centre Rd.: 1st set of lights west of Warden Ave. on Highway 7. Take this road south and follow the signs to the various parking areas.

* Cedarland Dr.: 1st set of lights south of Highway 7 on Warden Ave. Turn west onto this road and follow it to South Town Centre Blvd. Turn south (left) and follow the IBM signs.

* York Tech Drive: Located off Woodbine Ave., south of Highway 7. Following this road will take you to the Lab's South Parking Lot. Please note, this is a gated entrance and you will require your ID badge to get through.

Official Website: http://torchi.org

Added by libinpan on April 16, 2007



I would think this to be more of an educational event rather than a social one.