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Academics

Seminar: Theories & Models in Human-Computer Interaction

Lecturer

Harald Reiterer

Assistent

Hans-Christian Jetter

Email

hans-christian.jetter@uni-konstanz.de

BSCW

Link

Location

G 309 Y 311

Timeframe

Do/Thu 13:30-15:00 17:00-18:30

Description

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is a discipline of computer science that involves many different other disciplines, e.g., psychology, cognitive science, social science, design, ergonomics, philosophy. In particular the fundamental theories and models of HCI are almost entirely based on findings and insights from neighboring disciplines and undergo constant changes and improvements with every new generation of new computer technologies and applications. In this seminar, the participants will get an overview of the most important theories & models in HCI, their origins, and how they can be applied in practice. Participants must have successfully completed the courses "Mensch-Computer-Interaktion" oder "Computergrafik und Interaktive Systeme".

Audience

Bachelor/Master

ECTS

4

Activityconfirmation

45 min seminar presentation in the course. 10 pages term paper in ACM format (roughly 20 pages standard format) at the end of the course.

Literature

Reading lists for each topic will be provided by the lecturer. Participants are expected to read one introductory book on theories & models and a second book or paper collection on individual theories & models. Furthermore, participants are expected to search and summarize further literature from conferences or journal articles.