How It Started. In some Swiss universities, courses related to HCI are offered as part of a specific curriculum, e.g., design, computer science, or psychology. While it is good for students to come into contact with HCI themes, these courses have some inherent drawbacks: First, they usually look at HCI from the perspective of a specific curriculum, e.g., in psychology one covers mainly psychological aspects of HCI. Second, they are accessible only if you study psychology or design or computer science. SwissCHI has long been aware that we need an interdisciplinary program of continuous education. In the fall of…
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