Human-Centered Computing Seminar
Fall 2000, 110 South Hall, Tuesday 4-5:30pm.
Instructors: John Canny, 529 Soda Hall, x2-9955, email@example.com, office hours Tu 1:30-2:30pm, Th
Nancy Van House, 307A South Hall, x2-0855, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The seminar will continue to address topics at the boundary between computer science and disciplines studying human behavior. Topics include education and development, collaboration, knowledge creation, design and cognition, and computers as tools and mediators of those activities.
Archive: Previous semester's speakers and abstracts.
HCC Readings: Here is a list of HCC-related books. Please feel free to suggest additions to it.
The seminar web page is http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~jfc/hcc/seminar.html while the general HCC project page is http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~jfc/hcc/.
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Schedule for Fall 2000
Helsinki Institute of Technology
|User Experience Research|
MIT Sloan School of Management
|The Design of Reliable Trust Management Systems for Electronic Trading Communities|
USER Lab, IBM Almaden Res.
|Interfaces of the gestalt: Dealing with computing everywhere|
Ask Jeeves Inc.
|Identifying Individuals and Groups in Complex Organizations.|
IBM Almaden Research Ctr
|Computer Input: innovation, theoretical modeling, and future exploration|
|Perspective-taking and information sharing among distributed workers: the effect of distance on shared mental models of work.|
|11/7/00||Victoria Bellotti and Ian Smith
|The Tale of the Curious Little Washing Rat In Which Raton Laveur Discovered that Personal Information Management is an Embedded Activity|
|11/14/00||Jed Harris and Austin Henderson||A Better Mythology for System Design|
U. Colorado, Boulder
|Modeling human verbal meaning with Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) of text corpora.|
|Shared Drawing: From Observational Studies to Working Prototypes.|
|Modeling and Simulating Work Practice|