Back to school: HCI & higher education

XII.5 September + October 2005
Page: 15
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University HCI—-squeezed into where?


Authors:
Russell Beale

I'm a passionate advocate of HCI, whether it be forcing it into the curriculum, trying to get my computer science colleagues to mention relevant aspects of it in their software engineering, project management or distributed systems modules, or by championing specific HCI modules within a computing course. I also appear to be a failing passionate advocate. In the UK, we have three-year degree courses, and we used to have a major HCI module in our second-year computer science course that was compulsory for all our students┬Śmajor or minor┬Ścombined with a third-year option, many HCI projects, and a mention of…




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