CS547 Human-Computer Interaction Seminar  (Seminar on People, Computers, and Design)

Fridays 12:30-1:50 · Gates B01 · Open to the public

Students: record your attendance

Winter 2016 schedule   ( watch online )

8 JanDavid BroockmanStanford University
Proposal: A System for Disclosing and Answering Concerns About Potential Flaws in Published Research
15 JanJeffrey HancockStanford University
Affect, Affordances and the Psychology of Social Media
22 JanMarti HearstUC Berkeley
Teaching as Coaching and Learning at Scale
29 JanMatthew SalganikPrinceton University
Mass collaboration for social research in the digital age
5 FebIngmar Riedel-KruseStanford University
Interactive Biotechnology: Cloud Labs, Biotic Games, Museum Exhibits, DIY kits, and more
12 FebJudith DonathHarvard Berkman Center
Trust and the Cute Machine
19 FebPhilip GuoUniversity of Rochester
Interactive Systems for Learning Programming at Scale
26 FebMunmun De ChoudhuryGeorgia Tech
Opportunities and Challenges of Social Media in Personal and Societal Well-Being
4 MarEd CutrellMicrosoft Research
HCI4D: Cultural learnings of India for make benefit glorious field of HCI
11 MarCorinna GardnerVictoria and Albert Museum
Small Objects, Big Questions: Rapid Response Collecting at the V&A
Instructor: Michael Bernstein
Email: cs547@cs.stanford.edu
Enrolled students

Thanks to the Stanford Computer Forum and SCPD, whose support helps make this seminar possible.