Toni Granollers, Jaime Muñoz-Arteaga, César Collazos, Huizilopoztli Luna-García
In 2005, the Asociación Interacción Persona-Ordenador (AIPO, the Spanish Human-Computer Interaction Association; http://www.aipo.es) promoted its first workshop on teaching HCI for the Spanish-speaking context: Jornadas de Trabajo sobre Enseñanza of CHI (CHIJOTE) . At that time, HCI (Interacción Persona-Ordenador, IPO) had very little impact on academic curricula. The European Higher Education Area (EHEA), also known as the Bologna framework, was being consolidated and it was necessary to revise and ensure the validity of the curricular contents, methodologies, and pedagogical paradigms related to HCI that were being taught mainly in European universities [2,3]. Since then, Spanish computer science degrees moved…
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