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END 375E - Human-Computer Interaction

Course Objectives

Students who pass the course will:
I. Students will learn about basic human perceptual and cognitive characteristics and their impact on memory, learning and decision making in relation to computer usage.
II. Students will gain knowledge about theories and concepts in the HCI domain
III. Students will know about principles and techniques to analyse, design, prototype and evaluate user-centered interactive systems
IV. Students will understand the characteristics of human error and how user-centered design can help to manage it.
V. Students will learn about methods used in the human subject research.
VI. Students will gain knowledge which would help them to communicate better with team members from different areas of experties in interactive system development projects.

Course Description

Human – Computer Interaction (HCI) is an interdisciplinary field which draws upon various research domains including human factors, engineering design, psychology and computer science. In this course, students will be introduced to the fundamental theories and methodologies in human computer interaction domain. Topics include; user characteristics, design process, evaluation methods, human subject research.

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Ayşe Elvan Bayraktaroğlu
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