Note: I try to front-load the course with what you most need to do your projects. That means galloping through some topics, which we will revisit as needed later. There’s lots of information online in various places about all these topics. In class we’ll emphasize key elements, but we can’t cover all the details. To complete your project, be prepared to do reading and investigation on your own.
A frequently updated list of links to further reading and resources can be found here.
March 26 & 29: Spring break!
|April 2:||Diagrams and models I: People Vote for April 23 speaker and topic.||Pick one member of your group to sign up for an appointment to discuss group progress.|
|April 4||Diagrams and models II: Tasks + Activities | slides|
|April 9||Diagrams and models III: Conceptual models | slides
||Project groups meet with Elizabeth this week to discuss their process.|
|April 11||Reports | slides|
|April 16||Socializing your research
Guest speaker Celeste Roschuni (article on bspace)
|April 18||Research for accessibility
Guest speaker Lucy Greco, of Berkeley’s Assistive Technology Teaching & Learning Center
|April 23||Panel on current trends in UX Research
|April 25||Project presentationsEach slot= 20 minutes presentation, 5 minutes for questions
|April 30||Project presentations
|May 2||Project presentations
Final papers due May 10, 5pm, printed out and in the class bspace.