IS 590 UEO - Advanced Problems in IS - Usability Engineering
Variety of newly developed and special topics courses on different aspects of the information sciences intended to augment the existing curriculum, offered as sections of IS 590. Course Information: Additional fees may apply. See Class Schedule. 1 to 4 graduate hours. No professional credit. May be repeated. Class Schedule Information: Class materials fee or field trip fee may be required.
4 hours. This is a HYBRID course and meets with 590UE crn 68909. Non-LIS students need instructor's permission to enroll (firstname.lastname@example.org). This course will provide an introduction to the following: Issues in Human Computer Interaction; Analysis of interfaces and their use; Synthesis: the design process as an engineering activity; Designing usable interfaces under constraints of resources; The rapid prototyping and evaluation cycle; Metacognition: learning how to learn and to operate in this domain as a reflective, continually improving professional. Considers how people use information systems such as on-line public access catalogues, CD-Roms, bibliographic databases, digital libraries, world wide web pages, web search engines, etc. [Elective course for the CAS in Digital Libraries concentration]
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate
Credit: 4 hr
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