In 2002 the Information Science and Technology department was created as a part of the new School of Management and Information Systems at the University of Missouri, Rolla (UMR). A primary focus area for the department is Human-Computer Interaction. In the short time since the program's inception, there have been a number of accomplishments associated with the HCI area, including: establishing the Laboratory for Information Technology Evaluation (LITE) to house HCI research projects awarding of more than $500,000 in external funding to IST faculty for HCI related projects by various federal and state agencies, including the National Science Foundation…
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