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Research methods in Human-Computer Interaction (2D5339, HMI 651), Spring 2006

Lecturers: Kerstin Severinson Eklundh (KSE), Ann Lantz (AL) + guest lecturers

Place (except when otherwise specified): Room 1625, Lindstedtsvägen 3, 6th floor

Previous course versions: Fall 2002 Fall 2000

Preliminary schedule for lectures and seminars

W 15/2 10-12 1625 Introduction to the course and to HCI research (KSE, AL)
Assignment 1: Research scenario
W 22/2 10-12 1625 Theoretical approaches to HCI (Henrik Artman, KSE, AL)
W 1/3 10-12 1625 Assignment 1, presentation of research scenarios (KSE, AL)
Introduction to assignment 2: Writing a research plan
W 1/3 13-15 1625 Construction of a questionnaire(AL)
W 8/3 10-12 1625 Construction of a questionnaire (AL)
 W 8/3 13-15 1625 Interview methodology (AL)
W 15/3 10-12 1635 Analysis of interviews (AL)
W 22/3 10-12 1625 Experimental psychology (Bo Schenkman)
W 29/3 10-12 1625 Experimental psychology (Bo Schenkman)
W 5/4 10-12 1625 Conversation analysis and HCI (KSE)
W 12/4 10-12 1625 Ethnography: Panel discussion (Minna Räsänen and others)
W 12/4 13-15 1625 Organisational aspects of HCI (Vivianne Vimarlund)
W 3/5 10-12 1635 Assignment 2, presentation of research plans (KSE, AL)
W17/5 10-12 1625 Assignment 2, presentation of research plans (KSE, AL)

Assignments

A1

Research scenario

Submitted scenario descriptions

A2 Research plan
A3 Questionnaire
A4 Interview
A5 Experimental methods
A6 Home exam: Questions on the literature

Course evaluation

Please submit your evaluation before the end of the course.

Evaluation template

Other requirements

Active participation in seminar discussions and other group activities

Literature

Recommended additional reading in Swedish:

 

 

 


 

 

 


 

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