The below courses are likely of interest to HCI students. Some may be included in some HCI degree programs. They are listed by department. For more information about a particular course, see the Stanford Course Bulletin. Also, check out:
Supported by the Stanford Computer Forum.
|2 Apr||Nicole Ellison
Why we don't click: Interrogating the relationship between viewing and clicking in social media contexts by exploring the 'non-click'
|9 Apr||Daniela Rosner
Reckoning with Design
|16 Apr||Charlton McIlwain
What is Anti-Racist Technology?
|23 Apr||Ranjay Krishna
Visual Intelligence from Human Learning
|30 Apr||Kasper Hornbaek
The Theory Predicament in HCI
|7 May||Amy Bruckman
Should you believe Wikipedia? An introduction to social and virtue epistemology, with questions about the utility of philosophy for HCI researchers
|14 May||Danae Metaxa
Bias and Representation in Sociotechnical Systems
|28 May||Alexandra Ion
Interactive structures: Advancing the next material revolution by broadening participation