Please note that I will be on a one-year leave from my position starting August 2017. During this time, I will not be responding to service requests (e.g., reviewing or program committee requests) and will be largely inaccessible electronically. I look forward to resuming academic activities in Fall 2018.
Karyn Moffatt is an Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Inclusive Social Computing in the School of Information Studies at McGill University, where she directs the Accessible Computing Technologies Research Group. Prior to joining McGill, Karyn completed her PhD at the University of British Columbia and worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto. Her research in human computer interaction explores how technology can be designed to meet the social and information needs of older adults and people with disabilities. Her work has led to a number of publications in top-tier international venues and has been recognized with awards at ACM ASSETS 2007, ACM CHI 2009, and ACM CSCW 2014.