Human-Centered Computing Seminar
Spring '99, 205 South Hall, Tuesday 4-5:30pm.
CS 298-31, ccn: 25284
Instructors: John Canny, 529 Soda Hall, x2-9955, email@example.com, office hours W-Th 2-3pm
Nancy Van House, 307A South Hall, x2-0855, firstname.lastname@example.org, office hours ??
This semester the theme is "Social Networks meets Computer Networks". We'll continue to have a mixture of information science and social science speakers, but with a bigger emphasis on sociology this time. Sample topics are (i) Online social networks and communities, (ii) Networks in organizations, weak vs. strong ties, how information systems affect them. (iii) Tacit knowledge in organizations, especially the knowledge encoded in social networks and workflows.
HCC Readings: Here is a list of HCC-related books. Please feel free to suggest additions to it.
The course 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/.
To add yourself to the course mailing list, send an email to email@example.com and in the body of the message put "subscribe hcc-talks". Don't put anything in the subject line.
Schedule for Spring '99
Digital Space Corp.
|Cyberspace becomes a Place|
|Putting Working Document Collections Online|
|Dys-Connected: Vulnerability and Dependence in the Information Age.|
SIMS and U. Toronto
|Living Networked in a Wired World|
GVU, Georgia Tech
Research on Electronic Learning Communities
CMU and Interval Research
|The Internet at Home: Expectations, Realities, and the Future|
|Placeless Documents: (abstract)
Talk slides (Powerpoint)
|Agency and Structure in Networks of Exchange|
|The Social Construction of Economic Institutions|
MIT Media Lab
UCLA Information Studies
|Cyberspace Does Not Exist:
Toward a Theory of the Embedded Internet