Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction Course
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This instructor-led live training is designed to provide participants to gain mastery on models and theories in human-computer interaction. You will learn the fundamentals of models and theories in human-computer interaction and with greater emphasis on the functionality and application to your work or study.
Being that the nature of the field of Human-Computer Interaction is that it is interdisciplinary, theories and models proceed and are adapted from many other disciplines. There are but a few of which we could call "genuinely native" HCI theories and models. To complicate matters, computerized systems change at a vertiginous pace and changes are often surreptitious. It seems as if Kurzweil was not as far off from fact with his predictions. Through this course, we will learn, critique, apply, and expand theories and models to make them relevant to the state of the field.
In this course, we critically assess models and theories relevant to the field of Human-Computer Interaction.
1 Model and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction
1.3 Table of Contents
1.3.2 Chapter 1: What’s a Model
1.3.3 Chapter 2: Mechanical models: Human as a machine, how to make humans more effective/efficient in the workplace?
1.3.4 Chapter 3: Computer Systems Innovation
1.3.5 Chapter 4: Theories of systems
1.3.6 Chapter 5: Human-Centered
1.3.7 Chapter 6: Groups/Systems/Social Focus
1.3.8 Chapter 7: Design centered
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