HCI Graduate Education in a Traditional Compute Science Department (02 Feb 2005)
There are now several serious graduate programs dedicated to the training of professionals in Human Computer Interaction (HCI), and this is attracting considerable attention in the community. Yet HCI professors at most institutions are still limited to do this training within the constraints of a traditional department and program. In this paper, I discuss the issues that I and others encountered while creating an HCI program within a traditional computer science department, and my solutions to them.
Article URL: http://grouplab.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/papers/2005/05-WorkshopPapers.CHI/05-HCIEduc-Greenberg.pdf
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