Human Computer Interaction is one of the specialties in the School of Information at the University of Michigan. The school is entirely user centered. All our work begins with understanding what the user needs and wants (where the user is either an individual, a group, a family unit, an organization, a market, or a society). Building on the service and human rights philosophy of traditional librarianship and the user-centered design of those in HCI, we developed a school that strives to both research fundamental issues in the digital world and get involved in developing or designing for that world.…
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