Human-Centered Computing Seminar
Spring 2001, 202 South Hall, Tuesday 4-5:30pm.
CS 298-31, ccn 26843, 1 unit
Instructors: John Canny, 529 Soda Hall, x2-9955, email@example.com, office hours W 2-3pm, Th 3-4pm
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/.
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 2001
|Who's Wants To Be Prototyper?
The End-User Does - A Subversive Perspective for HCI
|Real-world HCI: Building a User Experience practice at an Internet professional services firm|
|Will Virtual Collaborative Learning be Effective?
A Study of "Distributed Tutored Video Instruction"
|2/27/01||Jane Fulton Suri
|Human Centered Design - Design in Harmony with Human Values|
|Understanding Design Representations:
What Do All Those Lines and Boxes Do For Us, Anyway?
|3/13/01||Debby Hindus||Casablanca: Designing Social Communication Devices for the Home|
|Experiments in Interactive Workspaces|
|4/3/01||CHI-2001 (No seminar)|
University of Washington
|Coordinating over Distance: Conway's Law and Beyond|