Graduate

Courses

Information and Library Science

Z661 Concepts and Contemporary Issues in Human-Computer Interaction

Credits: 3

Prerequisite(s):

Examines and assesses theoretical approaches developed specifically for understanding the use, informing the design, and assessing the value of information technologies. The course also considers contemporary issues surrounding the situated use of information technologies, such as emotional, embodiment, interpersonal, and social aspects of interaction.

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