Human Information Interaction University of Tsukuba
Human Information Interaction investigates the interaction between people and information. In this course, students deepen their understanding of elements that shape human information interaction, and apply the knowledge for designing novel interaction models, systems, or services.
- Students gain a basic understanding of behavioural patterns of information users - Students can reflect their own information behaviour using relevant models, services, and technologies - Students can propose a new design of human information interaction
The grading will be based on the class participation, quizzes, and the final examination. - Class participation means verbally expressing and sharing your experience and opinions during class. - The deadline of class quizzes is available in manaba. - The final examination will be during the Fall AB final examination week. Percentage - Class Participation: 30% - Class Quizzes: 30% - Final Examination: 40% Grading Criteria Students will pass the class based on the following criteria. - Students share experience and opinions during classes. - Students answer the quizzes of all classes before the deadline. - Students take the final examination and obtain 60% of the full marks. The grade of A+ to C will be based on the total score of the class participation, quizzes, and final examination.
What is Human Information Interaction?Expressing Information NeedsExploring Information SpaceEvaluating Information ObjectsEncountering and Avoiding InformationSensing and Interpreting Information InteractionInformation Sharing and CollaborationManaging Information JourneyConversing with Information Services and SystemsDesigning Effective Human Information Interaction
Online Course Requirement
NOTE: This course is 100% in English and highly interactive. Students are expected to be fluent in English and comfortable to express and discuss their experience and opinions during classes.
Site for Inquiry
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