IT&C 555

Advanced Human-Computer Interaction

Electrical and Computer Engineering Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering

Course Description

Advanced techniques for designing, prototyping, building, and evaluating technology-mediated user experiences. Human-computer interaction research methods including experimental design. Ethics of working with human subjects. HCI theories and best practices.

When Taught

Fall

Min

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

2

Fixed

2

Other Prerequisites

or instructor's consent.

Title

HCI Research Methods

Learning Outcome

Apply quantitative and qualitative HCI research methods (e.g. experimental design, ethnographic observation, survey design)

Title

HCI

Learning Outcome

Understand the role of theory in HCI

Title

Human Interfacing Techniques

Learning Outcome

Create, extend, and/or evaluate advanced human interfacing techniques (e.g., augmented reality, gesture-based interfaces)

Title

Research Proposals

Learning Outcome

Design and write HCI research proposals

Title

Ethics

Learning Outcome

Apply ethical practices when working with human research participants

Title

Cooperation

Learning Outcome

Apply prototyping, co-design, and other user-centered design techniques as part of a team