HCI Bibliography : HCI Webliography : Education in HCI

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The HCI Education page is a collection of resources for students and educators interested in Human-Computer Interaction.

The following are key resources for HCI Education:

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Sub-Topic Areas: 1ST CHOICE (11) - ACM SIGCHI (9) - BOOKSITES (6) - COURSES (16) - GENERAL PROGRAM INFORMATION (12) - PROGRAMS (77) - RESOURCES (28) - TOTAL (125)

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1ST CHOICE : Top resources in HCI education

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  1. ACM SIGCHI Curricula for Human-Computer Interaction
    Thomas T. Hewett 1992
    Curricular recommendations from the SIGCHI Curriculum Development Group. Includes a definition and overview of HCI (chapter 2).
  2. Center for Human-Computer Interaction (CHCI) United States, Virginia, Blacksburg
    Doug A. Bowman Virginia Tech
  3. DUB Group - Design : Use : Build English United States, Washington, Seattle
    Jacob O. Wobbrock 2010-01-17 University of Washington wobbrock@uw.edu
    The multi-departmental DUB (design:use:build) group at the University of Washington.
  4. Human-Computer Interaction (HCIL) United States, Maryland, College Park
    Allison Druin 2007-02-12 Maryland at College Park, University of hcil-info@cs.umd.edu
  5. Human-Computer Interaction Design United States, California, Stanford
    Terry Winograd 1998-05-21 Stanford University winograd@cs.stanford.edu
  6. Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) United States, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh
    Vincent Aleven 2010-08-26 Carnegie Mellon University
  7. Informatics at UC Irvine United States, California, Irvine
    Gillian R. Hayes 2008-04-13 University of California, Irvine
    Informatics is the primary program for undergraduate and graduate education and research in Human-Computer Interaction at UC Irvine.
  8. Masters of Science in HCI United States, Indiana, Bloomington
    Jeffrey Bardzell 2012-08-28 Indiana University msiegel@indiana.edu
    Masters degree in HCI offered through the School of Informatics at IU.
  9. School of Interactive Computing United States, Georgia, Atlanta
    Gregory Abowd 2010-08-26 Georgia Institute of Technology
  10. Task-Centered UI Design (Book) United States, Colorado, Boulder
    Lewis & Rieman 2001-07-16 University of Colorado, Boulder
    Shareware book converted to HTML.
  11. University of Colorado, Boulder United States, Colorado, Boulder
    Kenneth M. Anderson 2002-11-25 University of Colorado

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ACM SIGCHI : HCI education resources from ACM SIGCHI

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  1. ACM SIGCHI Bulletin Education Editor Mail Alias
    chi-bulletin-education@acm.org
    Editor(s) of the SIGCHI Bulletin Education columns.
  2. ACM SIGCHI Bulletin: Education
    chi-Bulletin-Education@acm.org
    Essays on HCI education.
  3. ACM SIGCHI chi-Educators Discussion List
    chi-educators@acm.org Post to the List
    Discussions on HCI Education. Subscription requests to mailto:listserv#acm.org
  4. ACM SIGCHI Curricula for Human-Computer Interaction
    Thomas T. Hewett 1992
    Curricular recommendations from the SIGCHI Curriculum Development Group. Includes a definition and overview of HCI (chapter 2).
  5. ACM SIGCHI Educational Resource Development Group
    Resources to fit HCI into new/existing courses.
  6. ACM SIGCHI HCI Education Survey
    Gary Perlman 1993
    A survey of about 76 programs, 190 faculty, and 169 courses.
  7. ACM SIGCHI Tutorials To Go Program
    1999-11-30 ACM SIGCHI
    "The Tutorials To Go program enables local SIGs to sponsor professional seminars for their members."
  8. An HCI Education Survey Form
    Gary Perlman 1998-05-22
    Register a program home page and email contact.
  9. Education in HCI
    1997-04-10 HCI Webliography
    Links to over 100 resources for students and educators interested in Human-Computer Interaction.

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BOOKSITES : Web sites supporting books used in HCI education

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  1. GUI Bloopers (Booksite) United States, California, San Francisco
    Jeff Johnson 2002-05-20 UI Wizards, Inc. jjohnson@uiwizards.com
    Booksite for GUI Bloopers book.
  2. Human Computer Interaction (Booksite)
    Alan Dix 2002-03-19
    Booksite to accompany Dix, Finlay, Abowd, and Beale book "Human Computer Interaction" (third edition)
  3. Interaction Design (Booksite)
    Harry Brignull 2002-03-19 harrybr@cogs.susx.ac.uk
    Booksite to accompany Preece, Rogers, and Sharp "Interaction Design" book
  4. Tools for HCI Education and Training
    Roger Chapman 2002-03-19 roger.chapman@acm.org
    Booksite to accompany Shneiderman book: "Designing the User Interface" (third edition)
  5. Task-Centered UI Design (Book) United States, Colorado, Boulder
    Lewis & Rieman 2001-07-16 University of Colorado, Boulder
    Shareware book converted to HTML.
  6. Human Factors Perspectives on Human-Computer Interaction (Booksite)
    Gary Perlman 1995
    Site for the HFES collection of HCI papers from the HFES/HFS proceedings from 1982-1994.

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COURSES : Individual HCI courses not otherwise part of a program

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  1. Analysis Design and Validation of Interactive Safety-critical and Error-tolerant Systems ADVISES network (various participating institutions across europe) Bastiaan Schupp bastiaan.schupp@cs.york.ac.uk
    ADVISES is an European Research Training Network for PhD's and Post-Doc's focussing at interaction in safety critical systems
  2. CHI 96 Tutorials ACM SIGCHI
  3. CHI 97 Tutorials ACM SIGCHI
  4. CHI 98 Tutorials ACM SIGCHI
  5. CHI 99 Tutorials ACM SIGCHI
  6. Compendium on user-friendly design Copenhagen Engineering College A. Fog agf@ihk.dk
  7. Coursera.org
    Take free online classes from 80+ top universities and organizations. Coursera is a social entrepreneurship company partnering with Stanford University, Yale University, Princeton University and others around the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free. We believe in connecting people to a great education so that anyone around the world can learn without limits.
  8. Human - computer interaction and design University of Trento - Dept. Computer & Management Sciences Andrea Molinari andrea.molinari@unitn.it
    As Human-computer interfaces are everywhere, the main objectives of the course are: - create a sensibility towards HCI topics & research - know what is meant by good interface design - know guidelines and models to be applied to interface design in different environments - have sufficient background to apply your training in industry - continue your education in this field
  9. Human-Computer Interfaces : Software Usability Thales ATM Jean-Francois Nogier jean-francois.nogier@thalesatm.com
    Software ergonomics and Usability Engineering : the basis for User-Centered Design.
  10. Introduction to Human Computer Interaction (Spanish) AIPO (CHI Spanish association ) Jesus Lores jesus@griho.net
  11. Now Learning: Web courses Now Learning
    Now learning is a directory and search engine for university degree courses, including web design, for Australians.
  12. Schools Teaching IA - Information Architecture Institute Information Architecture Institute Noreen Whysel operations@iainstitute.org
    Please note that this listing is a clearinghouse of IA education programs. In compiling the listings we first included courses and programs that explicitly use "information architecture" or "information design" in the title. For courses not explicitly using these terms, a course was judged to be IA-related if it contained a u it on information architecture or encompassed a digital information design/organization theme and was either noted or recommended by one of our members. The IA Institute has not reviewed these programs and cannot make any recommendations as to the quality of any listed program, but you are free to discuss with other members on our email lists.
  13. University of Michigan's Annual Human Factors Short Course University of Michigan Christopher Nowakowski huckie@umich.edu
    Annual 2 week continuing education course with focus on human factors and HCI.
  14. UsabilityNet: University courses UsabilityNet info@usabilitynet.org
    Lists courses and programs in many countries.
  15. Web Design and Usability Thales ATM Jean-Francois Nogier jean-francois.nogier@thalesatm.com
    Ergonomics and User-Centered Design of websites
  16. YIUX: You in UX: Online Global UX Career Summit You in UX
    A series on online-access webinars on user experience.

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GENERAL PROGRAM INFORMATION : Information about HCI programs (surveys, directories)

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  1. ACM SIGCHI Tutorials To Go Program
    1999-11-30 ACM SIGCHI
    "The Tutorials To Go program enables local SIGs to sponsor professional seminars for their members."
  2. An HCI Education Survey Form
    Gary Perlman 1998-05-22
    Register a program home page and email contact.
  3. Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics (BCPE)
    2007-07-14
    This site was created as a resource for obtaining information about BCPE and its certification programs. latest news and information on BCPE and ergonomics certification.
  4. Coursera.org
    2013-10-08
    Take free online classes from 80+ top universities and organizations. Coursera is a social entrepreneurship company partnering with Stanford University, Yale University, Princeton University and others around the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free. We believe in connecting people to a great education so that anyone around the world can learn without limits.
  5. Education in HCI
    1997-04-10 HCI Webliography
    Links to over 100 resources for students and educators interested in Human-Computer Interaction.
  6. Ergonomics Society Degree Programs United Kingdom
  7. Gary Perlman's Ratings of HCI Education Programs
    Gary Perlman 2002-11-25 HCI Bibliography Project director@hcibib.org
    Gary Perlman's personal list of the best graduate programs in North America, generally based on number of HCI faculty.
  8. Graphics Design Classes: Earn an Online Degree in Graphic Design English
    2012-03-07 admin@graphicdesignclasses.net
    Help students who are interested in Graphic Design classes find programs across the United States by visiting one site.
  9. HFES Directory of Human Factors/Ergonomics Graduate Programs in the United States and Canada
    2000 Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
    Online version of the HFES program directory.
  10. Schools Teaching IA - Information Architecture Institute English
    Noreen Whysel 2013-09-24 Information Architecture Institute operations@iainstitute.org
    Please note that this listing is a clearinghouse of IA education programs. In compiling the listings we first included courses and programs that explicitly use "information architecture" or "information design" in the title. For courses not explicitly using these terms, a course was judged to be IA-related if it contained a u it on information architecture or encompassed a digital information design/organization theme and was either noted or recommended by one of our members. The IA Institute has not reviewed these programs and cannot make any recommendations as to the quality of any listed program, but you are free to discuss with other members on our email lists.
  11. Software and Computer Media Applications Programs English United States, California, Mountain View
    2006-01-28 Education Portal aurelian@education-portal.com
  12. UsabilityNet: University courses English
    UsabilityNet 2013-09-24 info@usabilitynet.org
    Lists courses and programs in many countries.

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PROGRAMS : HCI educational programs (e.g., BS, MS, PhD) on HCI

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  1. You in UX
    YIUX: You in UX: Online Global UX Career Summit
    A series on online-access webinars on user experience.
  2. Now Learning
    Australia Now Learning: Web courses
    Now learning is a directory and search engine for university degree courses, including web design, for Australians.
  3. University of Queensland
    Australia, Queensland, Brisbane ARC Key Centre for Human Factors and Applied Cognitive Psychology Penelope Sanderson psanderson@humanfactors.uq.edu.au
    Research degrees in human factors, HCI, and cognitive engineering; postgraduate degrees in human factors
  4. Graz University of Technology
    Austria, Graz Human-Computer Interaction Keith Andrews kandrews@iicm.edu
  5. Calgary, University of
    Canada, Alberta, Calgary Computer Science (Human Computer Interaction) Saul Greenberg saul@cpsc.ucalgary.ca
  6. Simon Fraser University
    Canada, British Columbia, Surrey SFU School of Interactive Arts and Technology Brian Fisher bfisher@sfu.ca
    Masters and Ph.D programs in HCI and interaction design with an emphasis on interdisciplinarity, design, and new interactive technologies
  7. University of British Columbia
    Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver HCI@UBC - University of British Columbia HCI programs Brian Fisher fisher@cs.ubc.ca
  8. Carleton University
    Canada, Ontario, Ottawa Human Oriented Technology Lab (HOT Lab) Richard F. Dillon ddillon@ccs.carleton.ca
    The HOT Lab is a university-based centre for research, education, and consulting that strives to improve interactive technologies for human endeavors with an emphasis on human computer interaction and a user-centred design approach.
  9. University of Toronto
    Canada, Ontario, Toronto Knowledge Media Design Institute Joel Alleyne
    Research Themes: * Knowledge media for learning - the application of computer, communications, and cognitive sciences to knowledge building, problem solving, planning, education, and training, especially to facilitate collaborative, distance and multimedia-based learning * Technologies for knowledge media - research and development of technologies and the technological infrastructure required to construct knowledge media, including interactive computer graphics, scientific visualization, hypertext, multimedia, databases, natural language processing, and artificial intelligence * Human-centred design - the design science of human-computer interaction and of the creation of innovative computer systems and interfaces appropriate for human use, and more generally in the human factors of complex real-world systems and t echnologies, as rooted in research from applied cognitive science, psychology, and sociology * Knowledge media, culture, and society - reflection and analysis of the social implications of the increasing reliance on new technologies. As information and new media technologies challenge fundamental beliefs, this area of research deals broadly with such issues as the nature of communities and institutions, work and employment, the balance of public and private good, privacy, copyright and intellectual property.
  10. University of Waterloo
    Canada, Ontario, Waterloo HCI at the University of Waterloo hci@cs.uwaterloo.ca
  11. Sino-European Usability Center, Dalian Maritime University
    China, Dalian Sino-European Usability Center Zhengjie Liu liuzhj@dlmu.edu.cn
    Founded in 2000, Sino-European Usability Center is an usability/HCI research lab and consultancy in China with a team of around 40. It works on projects sponsored by international companies and public funds. It offers Master and PhD programs in HCI.
  12. University of Southern Denmark
    Denmark, Sonderborg IT Product Design Jacob Buur buur@mci.sdu.dk
    2-year graduate course on user centred interaction design: A new breed of designers, who specialize in creating the intelligent products of the future.
  13. University of Tampere
    Finland, Tampere Tampere, University of Kari-Jouko Raiha kjr@cs.uta.fi
    Computer Science (Human-Computer Interaction)
  14. University Paul Sabatier
    France, Toulouse Master 2 Interaction Homme-Machine (IHM) Marco Winckler winckler@irit.fr
    The M2IHM is a master program on Human-Computer Interaction of the University Paul Sabatier (UPS) and the National School of Civil Aviation (Ecole Nationale d'Aviation Civile - ENAC). This master held in Toulouse since 2000 is pioneer in France on HCI education at master levels. Teaching program combines disciplines related to human factors, prototyping, developing and programming of interactive systems. Teaching is mainly held in French but some classes are given in English by a panel of international lecturers.
  15. Oldenburg, University of, Informatics Department
    Germany, D-26111 Oldenburg Software-Ergonomie Peter Gorny gorny@uni-oldenburg.de
  16. FORTH-ICS
    Greece, Crete EDeAN - European Design for All e-Accessibility Network Iosif Klironomos iosif@ics.forth.gr
    Established by the European Commission in 2002, EDeAN is charged with fostering awareness on Design for All and eAccessibility and promoting changes of culture in the public and private sectors. It aims to establish links with appropriate education channels to embed Design for All best practices in new curricula.
  17. Interaction Design Institute Ivrea
    Italy, Ivrea Interaction Design Institute Ivrea Gillian Crampton Smith info@interaction-ivrea.it
    An institute that combines research, design, and business. Its fundamental aim is to develop new service concepts, new skills, new people to design them.
  18. Utrecht School of the Arts
    Netherlands, Utrecht, Hilversum Interaction Design at the Utrecht School of the Arts Hans Wolters hans.wolters@kmt.hku.nl
    The "Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht" (Utrecht School of the Arts, Utrecht, The Netherlands) offers a four-year curriculum in interaction design and a one year master of arts degree in interactive multimedia.
  19. University of Madeira
    Portugal, Funchal, Madeira Island University of Madeira - CMU/Portugal - Professional Master in HCI Nuno Jardim Nunes mchi@uma.pt
    European version of the Carnegie Mellon HCI Institute Professional Master in Human-Computer Interaction, offered under the framework of the CMU/Portugal program.
  20. Depts of Mechanical Engineering/ Computer Science, Linkoping University
    Sweden HMI Graduate School Kjell Ohlsson kjeoh@ikp.liu.se
    HMI Graduate School embraces about 65 graduate students and 30 faculty members in Linkoping and Stockholm
  21. Umea Institute of Design, Umea University
    Sweden, Umea Umea Institute of Design Mike Stott mike.stott@dh.umu.se
    Our Interaction Design programme, started in 1996, deals with the relation between people and information technology with particular focus on the interaction between product and user. We see the discipline of Interaction Design as the ability to design both the cognitive and physical interface and integrate them into a successful whole. Our aim is to enable designers to create understandable and pleasurable information-based products, services and environments.
  22. University of Dundee
    United Kingdom, Dundee Masters in Design Ethnography Catriona Macaulay catriona@mac.com
    Website for the first Masters level course in Design Ethnography and User Research
  23. University of Bath
    United Kingdom, England, Somerset, Bath MSc Human Communication and Computing Leon Watts pg@cs.bath.ac.uk
    Combination of Psychology and Computer Science in an interdisciplinary graduate programme that combines theory and practical techniques for researching, designing and evaluating interactive systems for individuals and for groups.
  24. ADVISES network (various participating institutions across europe)
    United Kingdom, England, York Analysis Design and Validation of Interactive Safety-critical and Error-tolerant Systems Bastiaan Schupp bastiaan.schupp@cs.york.ac.uk
    ADVISES is an European Research Training Network for PhD's and Post-Doc's focussing at interaction in safety critical systems
  25. University of York
    United Kingdom, England, York MSc in Human-Centred Interactive Technologies Paul Cairns hcit@cs.york.ac.uk
    MSc in usability with an emphasis on research methods, accessibility and good theory. We have some funded places to offer suitable applicants.
  26. Kingston University London
    United Kingdom, London MA User Experience Design Martin Colbert m.colbert@kingston.ac.uk
    A collaboration between 3 faculties (Art & Design, Social Science and Computing), as part of a suite of Digital Media courses (Games, Animation). Options such as games design, and image-sound-text.
  27. Kingston University London
    United Kingdom, London MSc User Experience Design Martin Colbert m.colbert@kingston.ac.uk
    A collaboration between 3 faculties (Art & Design, Social Science and Computing), as part of a suite of Digital Media courses (Games, Animation). Options such as e-commerce, agile development and web UI technologies.
  28. Middlesex University: Lansdown Centre for Electronic Arts
    United Kingdom, London MA/MSc Design for Interactive Media Stephen Boyd Davis s.boyd-davis@mdx.ac.uk
    Since its inception in 1993, the programme has developed a radical questioning approach to interaction design. The programme is structured and intensively taught, while at the same time being informal and project-based. Students are encouraged to be both realistic and experimental, working both individually and in small teams.
  29. University College London (UCL)
    United Kingdom, London UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC) Ann Blandford A.Blandford@ucl.ac.uk
    Research, teaching and consultancy in HCI, including an advanced Masters in HCI.
  30. Dundee, University of
    United Kingdom, Scotland M.Sc. (Conversion) / B.Sc. Honours Applied Computing Louisa Cross lcross@computing.dundee.ac.uk
  31. University of Dundee
    United Kingdom, Scotland, Dundee BSc (Hons) Interactive Media Design Chris Hand http://www.idl.dundee.ac.uk/~chris/
    4-year Batchelor's degree in Interactive Media Design, specialising in Physical Computing and Interactive Narrative/ Entertainment design. Prospectus entry at http://www.dundee.ac.uk/prospectus/undergrad/courses/mediades.htm
  32. University of California at Berkeley
    United States, California, Berkeley Information Managment and Systems info@sims.berkeley.edu
    Major areas of study include information organization and retrieval, human-computer interaction and usability, design and implementation of information systems, and information policy and management.
  33. University of California, Irvine
    United States, California, Irvine Informatics at UC Irvine Gillian R. Hayes
    Informatics is the primary program for undergraduate and graduate education and research in Human-Computer Interaction at UC Irvine.
  34. University of California, San Diego
    United States, California, La Jolla Department of Cognitive Science Jim Hollan hollan@cogsci.ucsd.edu
  35. Stanford University
    United States, California, Stanford Human-Computer Interaction Design Terry Winograd winograd@cs.stanford.edu
  36. University of Colorado
    United States, Colorado, Boulder University of Colorado, Boulder Kenneth M. Anderson
  37. Nova Southeastern University, School of Computer and Information Sciences
    United States, Florida, Fort Lauderdale Information Systems; Computer Science; Computing Technology in Education Laurie Dringus laurie@scis.nova.edu
  38. Georgia Institute of Technology
    United States, Georgia, Atlanta Georgia Tech MS-HCI Jim Foley foley@cc.gatech.edu
    Georgia Institute of Technology's Master's degree in Human-Computer Interaction
  39. Georgia Institute of Technology
    United States, Georgia, Atlanta School of Interactive Computing Gregory Abowd
  40. Georgia Institute of Technology : School of Literature, Communication and Culture
    United States, Georgia, Atlanta Human Computer Interaction M.S. Janet Murray
  41. Columbia College Chicago
    United States, Illinois, Chicago Columbia College Chicago - Interactive Multimedia Wade Roberts jbutler@interactive.colum.edu
    Innovative interdisciplinary curriculum leading to a B.A., focusing on interactive content and interactive interfaces, with an emphasis on teamwork and collaboration. Concentrations include Graphic Design, Animation, Programming, Video, Sound Technology/Design, Management, Photography, Writing, Marketing/Market Research, and Interactive Product Design.
  42. DePaul University, College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM)
    United States, Illinois, Chicago DePaul University
    Bachelor of Science in Human-Computer Interaction; Masters of Science in Human-Computer Interaction
  43. Northwestern University
    United States, Illinois, Evanston Northwestern's PhD Program in Technology & Social Behavior Darren Gergle dgergle@northwestern.edu
    The TSB program has a focus on social and collaborative technologies.
  44. Indiana University
    United States, Indiana, Bloomington Masters of Science in HCI Jeffrey Bardzell msiegel@indiana.edu
    Masters degree in HCI offered through the School of Informatics at IU.
  45. Indiana University School of Informatics, IUPUI
    United States, Indiana, Indianapolis New Media - Hypermedia/Multimedia Usability Anthony Faiola afaiola@iupui.edu
  46. Purdue University, Psychology
    United States, Indiana, West Lafayette Human Factors (PhD, MS) Gavriel Salvendy salvendy@ecn.purdue.edu
  47. Iowa State University
    United States, Iowa, Ames Human Computer Interaction Graduate Program James Oliver oliver@iastate.edu
    The study of the relationship between humans and computers has quickly become one of the most dynamic and significant fields of technical investigation. Iowa State University's graduate program in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) is an established leader in this rapidly changing field, making strategic investments to accelerate research, attract talented students and faculty, and expand the program of study.
  48. UMBC
    United States, Maryland, Baltimore MS/PhD in HCC @ UMBC Andrew Sears asears@umbc.edu
    UMBC offers both an MS and a PhD in Human-Centered Computing.
  49. UMBC: Information Systems Department
    United States, Maryland, Baltimore UMBC Information Systems Andrew Sears asears@umbc.edu
  50. Maryland at College Park, University of
    United States, Maryland, College Park Human-Computer Interaction (HCIL) Allison Druin hcil-info@cs.umd.edu
  51. MIT Media Lab
    United States, Massachusetts, Cambridge Media Arts and Sciences
  52. Tufts University
    United States, Massachusetts, Medford (Boston) Computer Science Robert Jacob jacob@eecs.tufts.edu
  53. Bentley College
    United States, Massachusetts, Waltham Human Factors in Information Design William M. Gribbons wgribbons@bentley.edu
    Outlines the MS program in Human Factors in Information Design
  54. Missouri Western State University
    United States, Missouri, St. Jospeh Human Factors & Usability Testing Jeremiah Still jstill2@missouriwestern.edu
    Our curriculum is composed of half business and half human factors courses (with HCI focus). The business courses provide an understanding of managerial, organizational, marketing and economic theory. The human factors courses provide an understanding of cognition, human-computer interaction, user-centered design, and experimental and practical methodologies as they relate to product development.
  55. Cornell University
    United States, New York, Ithaca Cornell Human Computer Interaction Lab Geri Gay gkg1@cornell.edu
  56. Oswego State University of NY
    United States, New York, Oswego Human Computer Interaction M.A. Program Damian Schofield damian.schofield@oswego.edu
    Interdisciplinary M.A. program in HCI integrating psychology, computer science and graphic design
  57. Rochester Institute of Technology
    United States, New York, Rochester Master of Science in HCI
    Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction
  58. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    United States, New York, Troy Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) colmak@rpi.edu
    This program enables students to gain production and research skills for usability testing and interface design. Rensselaer's approach to human-computer interaction differs from other HCI programs by being centered in communication rather than computer science.
  59. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    United States, New York, Troy/Albany Cognitive Engineering Wayne D. Gray grayw@rpi.edu
    Doctoral program (Fall 2003) emphasizing integrated cognitive systems, computational cognitive modeling, and cognitive engineering. Support available.
  60. North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of
    United States, North Carolina, Chapel Hill Information and Library Science Barbara M. Wildemuth wildem@ils.unc.edu
  61. Kent State University
    United States, Ohio, Kent Information Architecture & Knowledge Management Thomas J. Froehlich iakm@kent.edu
    The Master of Science is offered in three Concentrations: * Information Architecture * Information Use * Knowledge Management
  62. Oregon, University of, Computer & Information Science Dept.
    United States, Oregon, Eugene Human-Computer Interaction (MS,PhD) Sarah Douglas douglas@cs.uoregon.edu
    Computer science graduate program.
  63. Drexel University
    United States, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Computer Science Dario Salvucci salvucci@cs.drexel.edu
    Computer science program with strengths in HCI and cognitive science
  64. Drexel University
    United States, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Drexel University, College of Information Science and Technology (PhD) Scott Robertson scott.robertson@drexel.edu
  65. Carnegie Mellon University
    United States, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) Vincent Aleven
  66. Carnegie Mellon University, School of Design
    United States, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh Interaction Design Dan Boyarski dan+@andrew.cmu.edu
  67. Penn State
    United States, Pennsylvania, University Park Center for Human Computer Interaction John M. Carroll
  68. Clemson University
    United States, South Carolina, Clemson Clemson University Human Centered Computing PhD Juan Gilbert juan@clemson.edu
    Clemson University has recently created a HCC PhD program, that allows diverse students obtain a PhD with elements of Computer Science, HCI design, HCI studies, and other fields (Psychology, Industrial Design, etc).
  69. Rice University
    United States, Texas, Houston Rice University Ph.D in Human-Computer Interaction
  70. Virginia Tech
    United States, Virginia, Blacksburg Center for Human-Computer Interaction (CHCI) Doug A. Bowman
  71. University of Virginia
    United States, Virginia, Charlottesville Human-Computer Interaction Stephanie Guerlain guerlain@virginia.edu
    Undergraduate and Graduate program in human-computer interaction and/or cognitive engineering. Research in decision support in medical and military applications. Cognitive engineering research in medical, military, transportation and process control. Eye-gaze technology for usability testing and the disabled.
  72. George Mason University
    United States, Virginia, Fairfax Human Factors and Applied Cognition Deborah Boehm-Davis gray@gmu.edu
  73. Washington State University
    United States, Washington, Pullman Human-centered Environments for Learning and Programming (HELP) Lab at Washington State University Chris Hundhausen hundhaus@wsu.edu
    The HELP Lab at Washington State University performs research at the intersection of human-computer interaction and education. Using the diverse methods of human-computer interaction, we design and empirically evaluate computer technologies and pedagogical approaches that help undergraduate students learn within the domains of engineering and computer science.
  74. University of Washington
    United States, Washington, Seattle DUB Group - Design : Use : Build Jacob O. Wobbrock wobbrock@uw.edu
    The multi-departmental DUB (design:use:build) group at the University of Washington.
  75. University of Washington
    United States, Washington, Seattle University of Washington, Human Centered Design & Engineering hcde@uw.edu
    Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) at the University of Washington offers both an MS and PhD that are highly customizable, with research areas including Human-Computer Interaction, Design for Emergent Collaborations and Organizations, Data Visualization and Big Data, Material and Embodied Technologies, Influencing Awareness, Thinking, and Behavior, Low Resource and Underserved Populations, and Learning in Professional and Technical Environments.
  76. University of Washington
    United States, Washington, Seattle University of Washington, Information School Jacob O. Wobbrock wobbrock@uw.edu
    The Information School at the University of Washington offers a Ph.D. in Information Science that can be strongly tailored towards HCI. The UW iSchool has about 10 faculty working in areas of HCI and Design, and multiple labs, programs, courses, and students.
  77. Department of Computer Sciences, University of Wisconsin -- Madison
    United States, Wisconsin, Madison Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory Bilge Mutlu bmutlu@wisc.edu
    At the Human-Computer Interaction Lab, we are interested in designing and developing interactive systems -- particularly social agents and robots -- and understanding their relationship with people. Our current work spans analyzing and building computational models of human social behavior, developing robots and agents that can enact social behavior, and designing applications that can provide people with positive social and cognitive benefits in education, rehabilitation, and therapy.

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RESOURCES : Resources for HCI Education

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  1. ACM SIGCHI Bulletin: Education
    chi-Bulletin-Education@acm.org
    Essays on HCI education.
  2. ACM SIGCHI Curricula for Human-Computer Interaction
    Thomas T. Hewett 1992
    Curricular recommendations from the SIGCHI Curriculum Development Group. Includes a definition and overview of HCI (chapter 2).
  3. ACM SIGCHI Educational Resource Development Group
    Resources to fit HCI into new/existing courses.
  4. ACM SIGCHI HCI Education Survey
    Gary Perlman 1993
    A survey of about 76 programs, 190 faculty, and 169 courses.
  5. An HCI Education Survey Form
    Gary Perlman 1998-05-22
    Register a program home page and email contact.
  6. Barbre Ergonomics consulting and training United States, Texas, Dallas-Fort Worth
    Bill Barbre 2002-02-25 Barbre Ergonomics barbergo@aol.com
    Ergonomics consulting, training, jobsite evaluations, workstation assistance, office and industrial ergonomics, and free online advice. Led by Bill Barbre CPE.
  7. CHARM : Choosing Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) Appropriate Research Methods United States, Maryland, College Park
    A.Sasha Giacoppo 2001-11-27 University of Maryland asgiacoppo@yahoo.com
    provides an index of the methods and methodologies used in HCI research. The goal is to assist the user in selecting the most appropriate method for a researcher's specific interest.
  8. CHI Recently Completed Theses
    Joaquim Jorge jaj@inesc.pt
  9. Computing Curricula 2001
    2001
    The Joint IEEE Computer Society/ACM Task Force on the "Year 2001 Model Curricula for Computing" (CC-2001) was formed to review the 1991 curricula and develop a revised and enhanced version for the Year 2001 that addresses developments in computing technologies in the past decade and will sustain through the next decade. The HCI section contains a list of topics is intended as an introduction to human-computer interaction for computer science majors.
  10. Curriculum Module on User Interface Development
    Gary Perlman 1989 Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
    Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Curriculum Module on User Interface Design, Implementation, and Evaluation.
  11. EDeAN - European Design for All e-Accessibility Network Greece, Crete
    Iosif Klironomos 2005-12-08 FORTH-ICS iosif@ics.forth.gr
    Established by the European Commission in 2002, EDeAN is charged with fostering awareness on Design for All and eAccessibility and promoting changes of culture in the public and private sectors. It aims to establish links with appropriate education channels to embed Design for All best practices in new curricula.
  12. Education in HCI
    1997-04-10 HCI Webliography
    Links to over 100 resources for students and educators interested in Human-Computer Interaction.
  13. Graphics Design Classes: Earn an Online Degree in Graphic Design English
    2012-03-07 admin@graphicdesignclasses.net
    Help students who are interested in Graphic Design classes find programs across the United States by visiting one site.
  14. HCC Human-Centered Computing Education Digital Library English United States, Georgia, Atlanta
    2005-12-07 Georgia Tech hccedl@cc.gatech.edu
    This library and web portal contain material useful for undergraduate and graduate education in Human-Centered Computing, Human-Computer Interaction and related areas.
  15. HCI Bibliography
    Gary Perlman 1998-04-09 director@hcibib.org
    Over 60,000 abstracted bibliographic entries on HCI. Access via web search engine.
  16. HFES ETG: Educators' Professional Technical Group
    HFES TG on human factors education.
  17. Human Computer Interaction (Booksite)
    Alan Dix 2002-03-19
    Booksite to accompany Dix, Finlay, Abowd, and Beale book "Human Computer Interaction" (third edition)
  18. Incorporating HCI into the Undergraduate CS Curriculum
    Bill Manaris 2003-02-27 NSF / College of Charleston hci-workshop@cs.cofc.edu
    This project aims to build a strong, yet diversified community of CS educators interested in incorporating Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) into undergraduate CS curricula. This community will be forged through a four-day workshop and follow-up reflection meetings at SIGCSE 2004 and 2005.
  19. Interaction Design (Booksite)
    Harry Brignull 2002-03-19 harrybr@cogs.susx.ac.uk
    Booksite to accompany Preece, Rogers, and Sharp "Interaction Design" book
  20. Interactionary Design Exercise Handbook
    Scott Berkun 2001-09-26 scott@uiweb.com
    Summary and handbook for an interaction design exercise
  21. Peterson's Guide to Distance Learning Programs
    1998
    Distance learning and online degrees make the world your classroom! Using distance learning tools from the comfort of your own home, you can receive a degree from an accredited distance learning program online and earn a certificate award, bachelor's, master's, or doctorate degree, or complete your distance learning degree via the Internet.
  22. Resources for HCI Education
    Gary Perlman 1995
    Includes resources of preparing courses.
  23. Suggested Readings in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), User Interface (UI) Development, & Human Factors (HF)
    Gary Perlman 2001-04-22
    Suggested readings in nine HCI categories with short reviews.
  24. Task-Centered UI Design (Book) United States, Colorado, Boulder
    Lewis & Rieman 2001-07-16 University of Colorado, Boulder
    Shareware book converted to HTML.
  25. Technical Schools USA United States, California, San Francisco
    2004-09-27 Potrero Media
    Reviews and recommends technical schools in the United States.
  26. Tools for HCI Education and Training
    Roger Chapman 2002-03-19 roger.chapman@acm.org
    Booksite to accompany Shneiderman book: "Designing the User Interface" (third edition)
  27. Universal Usability in Practice United States, Maryland, College Park
    Irina Ceaparu 2001-12-13 University of Maryland irina@cs.umd.edu
    Contains recommendations and information resources for web developers who wish to accommodate users with slow modems, small screens, text-only, and wireless devices. It deals with content design issues such as translation to other languages, plus access for novice, low educated and low motivated users, children and elders. The website also covers design guidance for blind, deaf, cognitively impaired, and physically disabled users.
  28. YIUX: You in UX: Online Global UX Career Summit
    2014 You in UX
    A series on online-access webinars on user experience.

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