A manual for writers of research papers, theses and dissertations: Chicago style for students and researchers, Revised by Booth, W. C., Colomb, G. G., Williams, J. M. & University of Chicago Press Editorial Staff. The University of Chicago Press, 7th Edition
Recommended: Reis, R. M., Tomorrow's professor: Preparing for academic careers in science and engineering, IEEE Press
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Course work will be divided into discussions about the nature of interdisciplinary research in HCI in the context of enduring problems, as well as activities building specific skills, and a semester long group project experience. Some examples of specific topics include:
Class materials including slides from presentations and readings will be posted on-line. Public materials are available on this website, private materials require that you are logged into the google group for the class.
Critiques and small writing assignments are used extensively in this class. See the Assignments page for information on larger assignments.