HMI651. * Research Methods in Human-Computer Interaction, 5p


Kerstin Severinson Eklundh
Ann Lantz,,
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Fall 2002. Kursen äger rum onsdagar och vissa fredagar kl. 10-12 med början den 11 september. Kursen pågår t.o.m. 11 december.
Lokal om inget annat anges: rum 1537, Lindstedtsvägen 3, plan 5.

Prerequisites Participants should have taken an introductory course in HCI, orhave corresponding knowledge.
  1. Perspectives of HCI as a research area.
  2. Different views of the user.
  3. Relationships between research, development and design processes.
  4. Interdisciplinary co-operation.
  5. Task analysis.
  6. Overview of empirical methods.
  7. Collecting, analysing and interpreting interview and survey data.
  8. Ethnography and computer technology.
  9. Developing and defending a research proposal in HCI.
  • Monk, A.F. & Gilbert, N. (1995) Perspectives on HCI: Diverse Approaches. London: Academic Press.
  • Wallén, G. (1993) Vetenskapsteori och forskningsmetodik. Lund: Studentlitteratur.
  • Bell, J. (1993): Introduktion till forskningsmetodik. Lund: Studentlitteratur.
  • Edlund, C., Hermerén, G. & Nilstun, T. (1986) Tvärskap. Lund: Studentlitteratur.
  • A collection of book chapters and articles.
Examination Methodological assignments Development of a research proposal on a selected HCI topic. Presentation at a seminar Written test.
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