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Academics

Bachelor/Master-Seminar Human-Computer Interaction

Lecturer

Harald Reiterer

Assistent

Doktoranden

Email

harald.reiterer@uni-konstanz.de

BSCW

Link

Location

kein fester Termin

Timeframe

Aktuelle Bachelor- und Master-Projekte

Description

At the beginning of the class topics will be contracted out to participants. Topics will be with close regards to content and task to the individually selected project in human-computer interaction (see related class description). Due to this students will perform theoretical preparatory work to the project. The seminar for the project is to be simultaneously accomplished during the 1st part of the project. Topics will be presented approximatly in the middle of the semester as part of a colloquium that is visited by participants of the project. Participants will be required to present their working progress regularly. The seminar will be accompanied by the groupware-system BSCW, that is, documents will be saved in the BSCW, personal supervision will be augmented by groupware-technologies, and electronical communication between all participants should be initiated.

Audience

Bachelor/Master

ECTS

4

Activityconfirmation

  • A term paper 10-20 pages
  • 45 min presentation

Literature