Design and Implementation of an HCI course for MIS students – Some lessons

Rachel Or-Bach
InSITE 2015  •  2015  •  pp. 925
Courses on Human Computer Interaction (HCI) largely differ in the conception of the role of the course in the program, in the topics to be included, in emphases, in the instructional strategies that are employed and more. This paper describes the design and implementation of an HCI course for students of the Management Information Systems department in our college. Students’ intermediate and final homework assignments were analyzed to provide feedback for the course design. Findings from this analysis along with additional impressions from the course implementation are summarized and discussed.

This paper was published in the journal Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology
Volume 12, 2015
Human computer interaction, User centered design, Studio-based learning, Alternative designs, Design tradeoffs, Prototyping
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