Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction
Publisher: Wikibooks 2015
Number of pages: 164
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. Through this course, we will learn, critique, apply, and expand theories and models to make them relevant to the state of the field.
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