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Jun 11, 2015 by Kathleen Rogan (krogan)
ISTM 4215 : Human-Computer Interaction
Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:28:57 GMT
Thu, 14 May 2015 19:51:32 GMT
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Information Systems Technology Management (ISTM)
Information Systems and Technology Management
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IS-BBA: Business Administration, Information Systems
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Information SystemsTechnology Management (ISTM)
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An introduction to and overview of the field of human-computer interaction (HCI), an interdisciplinary field that integrates theories and methodologies from computer science, cognitive psychology, design, and other areas. Readings cover current theory and practice in interface specification, design, and evaluation, and include current and classic research papers in the field.
Students will: • Gain insight into the field of human-computer interaction and its role in the study of information systems. • Gain a conceptual foundation for the HCI design process, including design principles and goals, models of user knowledge, interaction styles, design guidelines, and assessment of user interface design • Apply usability and design principles to the evaluation of current interfaces • Apply suitable methods for collecting users' requirements and analyzing users' tasks
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