Philosophy of Design Education The Interaction Design Group draws researchers and research students from a wide range of areas, including craft-based disciplines (graphic and industrial design), engineering (information systems, human-computer interaction, software engineering), commerce, and social science (psychology, anthropology, and sociology). The Interaction Design Group's multifarious activities include research in interaction design, evaluation and analysis, supervision of postgraduate students, and commissioned research and consulting for the information technology (IT) industry. In blending such diverse disciplines and activities, students' education at the University of Melbourne is eclectic and pragmatic. Industry partners are involved in the design and delivery of educational…
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