Human-Computer Interaction

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C404 Human-Computer Interaction

Professor: Christos FIDAS

Human-computer interaction (HCI) embraces the study of how people interact with technology and to what extent the use of technology is efficient and effective within a given context. As such, Human Computer Interaction involves the study, planning, design and evaluation of the interaction between people (users) and computers. The course aims to provide an overview of theoretical models relating to human computer interaction, along with technologies, methods and tools for the design, development and evaluation of interactive systems in cultural heritage environments.

Companions

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