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Practical course human-computer interaction (BSc)


Prof. Dr. Harald Reiterer


Thomas Memmel, Fredrik Gundelsweiler, Frank Müller, Peter Klein, Christian Grün, Hans-Christian Jetter





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Preliminary discussion on 2004-4-20 at 16.15


You are supposed to learn how to organize, communicate and implement a challenging project. As a Bachelor student you are to commit to a project group of 2 to 4 members maximum, Master students have to work on their own.
Condition for the course is a deeper knowledge in the field of human-computer interaction, e.g. after having visited our courses Usability Engineering I + II or the seminar HCI.
You will be offered a list of possible project themes and can choose according to your personal interests or capabilities.

During the project's running time, you will be guided and helped by the course's assistants.





During the project, you will normally have to both work theoretically and practically. For you as a Bachelor student, the practical course's issues and outcome will be the most relevant input for your Bachelor thesis, which is based on your efforts in this course.
For passing the practical course, you must finish your task in time. You will have to present your final results to other project groups and to the course's leaders.

Your resulting Bachelor thesis has to be your own individual achievement. Thus, the theme of your practical project will be splitted in a way allowing every team member to assign to a specific aspect which can be deepened.


Specific literatur according to the theme and the focus of the project you choose.