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Software Atelier 2: Human-Computer Interaction

Description

This Atelier combines some important ingredients to help students get a better understanding of their future profession as ICT experts. It starts from an introduction to ethics that investigates the many ways and venues ICT can be used maliciously, focuses on responsibilities and proposes ethical solutions. The course moves on to a practical component: learning how to use Cascading Style Sheets.Finally with a renewed awareness of the role ICT plays in everyday life, students can focus on and take a critical approach in assessing what makes an interface usable, used and useful. In fact, by putting theory to good use in practice, the last part of the course will see students engage in group work to deliver a project where they combine their newly acquired programming skills (from Fundamentals in Programming 2) with their ability to design ethical, usable, useful and enjoyable interfaces.

People

 

Landoni M.

Course director

Alian Nejadi M.

Assistant

Barifah M.

Assistant

Salucci L.

Assistant

Scarabottolo I.

Assistant

Additional information

Semester
Spring
Academic year
2016-2017
ECTS
6
Education
Bachelor of Science in Informatics, Core course, Atélier, 1st year