CS 260 is a graduate level course on research topics in Human Computer Interaction (HCI). This semester the theme is "Human-Centered Computing" and deals with theories that have informed HCI and IT system design.
- The Project Proposal write-up is now due on Feb 23rd instead of Feb 16th.
- The main page is editable; please sign up for what topics you would like to present
- The class web site is up on 1/19/2009
Get readings and post your comments to the discussion page for lecture. (follow link from lecture title)
- Assignments (due Jan 26): Create a Wiki Account
2/11/2009: Project Planning
2/16/2009: Presidents' day
2/18/2009: Project Planning
2/23/2009: Genetic Systems: from DNA to Facebook
3/4/2009: Frames: Goffman
3/11/2009: Speech Act Theory
3/23/2009: Spring Break
3/25/2009: Spring Break
3/30/2009: Communities of Practice
4/13/2009: Psychology of Persuasion
4/22/2009: Persuasive Technology
4/27/2009: Symbolic Interactionism
5/4/2009: Ethnomethodology in Practice
5/6/2009: Revisiting the Post-Rational Model
Instructor: John Canny
Email : jfc(at) cs.berkeley.edu
- You may also choose to email us anonymously.
- Lectures: MW 10:00AM-11:30A, 310 SODA
- John: 637 Soda Hall, M 2-3, Tu 3-4
Textbook: Readings online
The majority of the homework in this class will be oriented around the project. Many of these homework assignments will be done in with your project group, but some assignments (or parts of assignments) must be completed individually. We provide a rough schedule of the assignments here (the schedule may change over the course of the semester and we may choose to add or drop assignments).
- Create Wiki Account - Individual (Jan 26)
How to use and edit this wiki
New to wikis? Read the Wiki editing guide.
To contribute to this wiki, you'll need to first create an account. Please use your full name as your user name as in this example. Afterwards, please add some descriptive information about yourself on your personal page -- click your login name (next to the person icon) at the top of the page to access your personal page.
To facilitate discussion we have created the [add comment] button that appears at the bottom of each page. Clicking on the button will allow you to add a comments, ideas or question to the current page. The comments will include your user name and the date in the section heading. Try adding a comment to the discussion page for a lecture.