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HCI 595X Visual Design for HCI By Bernard Canniffe
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This book highlights the process and projects from a summer, eight-week, participatory graduate course at Iowa State University. The course consisted of graphic design and human computer interface... More > (HCI)students. In this team-based course students self-identified real world projects with local community organizations and brought these innovative solutions to the community to implement. It is important to note that students did not have a budget and all project ideas had to be produced without capital investment. This is a course that celebrated design and technological innovation and embraced the power of team-based, peer-to-peer learning. These types of courses require a different type of student, a different kind of instructor and a radical approach to delivering an enriching, and relevant, educational experience.< Less
The ABCS of HCI t8 By Frank Ritter
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Guidance for Interactive System Designers / ** This book is superceded by a later, better version, details at http://www.frankritter.com/fducs. ** This version is still available in case you are... More > finding it through an old link, and we think some of you are. You would be better getting the other version, this is just a pointer to an older version. / Any profit from this version on lulu will either be given to LuLu or the State College Community Land Trust. / The people who use technology must be considered part of the systems that they use. People, in addition to their diversity, have many aspects in common. These characteristics are not all visible or available to system developers without additional study. Understanding the characteristics of users allows designers to create better, safer, more efficient systems. If you understand this approach and the characteristics of users, you understand this book. - From the Preface< Less
Proceedings of HCI2008 Workshop - HCI for Technology Enhanced Learning By Willem-Paul Brinkman et al.
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These are the proceedings of the HCI2008 workshop on HCI for technology enhanced learning. The workshop was held in Liverpool on Monday 1 September 2008.
Proceedings of HCI2008 Workshop - HCI for Technology Enhanced Learning By Willem-Paul Brinkman et al.
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These are the proceedings of the HCI2008 workshop on HCI for technology enhanced learning. The workshop was held in Liverpool on Monday 1 September 2008.
hci12-Ne2-paper By Justin Harris
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DIY :: HCI — A Showcase of Methods, Communities and Values for Reuse and Customization By Leah Buechley et al.
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What do makers and crafters have to teach us about the world, ourselves, and technology? People are driven to customize their objects and build things. People also spend copious amounts of time... More > tinkering with the things they own. Groups often get together to share these techniques for building, modifying and embellishing artifacts, and vibrant social communities develop as a result. All of these activities are part of a rich do-it-yourself (DIY) tradition. The contents of this book are drawn from a workshop that we organized for the 2009 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2009). Many members of the CHI research community (not just the editors of this book) already participate in and write for grassroots DIY communities as well. We wanted to provide a forum for participants in these overlapping communities to collaborate around DIY issues and support ongoing research on DIY practice in ways that may be more visible to HCI practitioners and researchers.< Less
DIY :: HCI — A Showcase of Methods, Communities and Values for Reuse and Customization By Leah Buechley et al.
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What do makers and crafters have to teach us about the world, ourselves, and technology? People are driven to customize their objects and build things. People also spend copious amounts of time... More > tinkering with the things they own. Groups often get together to share these techniques for building, modifying and embellishing artifacts, and vibrant social communities develop as a result. All of these activities are part of a rich do-it-yourself (DIY) tradition. The contents of this book are drawn from a workshop that we organized for the 2009 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2009). Many members of the CHI research community (not just the editors of this book) already participate in and write for grassroots DIY communities as well. We wanted to provide a forum for participants in these overlapping communities to collaborate around DIY issues and support ongoing research on DIY practice in ways that may be more visible to HCI practitioners and researchers.< Less
HCI 2007 Workshop: Design, Use and Experience of E-Learning Systems By Willem-Paul Brinkman et al.
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These are the proceedigs of the HCI 2007 workshop Design, Use and Experience of E-learning systems.
HCI 2007 Workshop: Design, Use and Experience of E-Learning Systems By Willem-Paul Brinkman et al.
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These are the proceedigs of the HCI 2007 workshop Design, Use and Experience of E-learning systems.
Proceedings of the HCI 2006 workshop on computer-assisted recording, pre-processing and analysis of user interaction data By Willem-Paul Brinkman
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These are the proceedings of HCI 2006 Interaction Tracking workshop. This workshop that took place in London as part of the HCI 2006 conference. Participants discussed their work and explored new... More > issues related to recorded user-system interaction data to inform the design process.< Less

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