Human-Computer Interaction Seminar
|Offered This Year?||No|
|When Offered?||Most Years|
This seminar covers methods for conducting research in human-computer interaction (HCI). These topics will be pursued through independent reading, assignments, and class discussion. The seminar comprises four assignments that are designed to be meaningful and have the potential to be widely visible. We will have readings that teach HCI experimental research methods and provide examples of valuable contributions.
The goal of this course is to provide students the background necessary to perform research in HCI and the skills required to conduct human-centric research. There will little or no content in this course about user interfaces, but students will find topics in CSCI 1950i (User Interfaces) relevant.
Prerequisites: CSCI 1950I recommended but not required.