Terry Winograd, Scott Klemmer
Stanford University is creating a new multidisciplinary educational program in design, informally known as the "d.school," which will incorporate human-computer interaction design as one of its core elements. It does not yet have formal university status but has obtained initial funding and we have begun plans to renovate a main-campus building as its home. In its initial stages, the focus will be on professional master's degree students. The basic premise of the d.school is that students need two complementary kinds of training. The disciplinary training provided by conventional departments provides them with depth in the concepts and experience of…
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