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UNDERGRADUATE

# Title Catalog Description Taught
INFO
215
Social Aspects of Information Systems Introduces social issues involved in information systems design and use, e.g., personal computing, telecommuting, computers in education, the privacy and security of stored and transmitted information, and information ownership. Explores the interaction of high technology, employment, and class structure. 08.1 08.2
INFO
310
Human-Computer Interaction II Introduces the student to interactive computer system design. Teaches some of the basic approaches to task analysis, design, and evaluation of interactive computer systems. Applies these design principles in the development of the interface to an interactive computer system. 07.4

GRADUATE

# Title Catalog Description Taught
INFO
608
Human-Computer Interaction This course focuses on the design and evaluation of human-computer interfaces covering such topics as task analysis techniques for gathering design information, iterative design through prototyping, and formative and summative usability testing; theoretical foundations of HCI and cognitive modeling of user interactions; the integration of HCI techniques into the software development life cycle and the use of user constraints to generate new interaction designs. 08.4
INFO
610
Analysis of Interactive Systems This course focuses on the evaluation of human-computer interfaces covering such topics as heuristic evaluation, inspection and design reviews, cognitive walkthroughs, ethnographic observation, user testing, interviews, and questionnaires; the usability engineering lifecycle, comparison of usability evaluation methods, selection or design of appropriate methods, reporting usability evaluation findings, and the development of user interface standards and guidelines. 08.2 08.4