This library and web portal contains material useful for undergraduate and graduate education in Human-Centered Computing, Human-Computer Interaction and related areas. Its contents consist of a variety of materials, including PowerPoint lectures, class syllabi, videos, example projects, exams, homework assignments and more. See also our Frequently Asked Questions. If you're so inclined, we welcome your emailed suggestions, comments, or problems you have on the site.
|Web-based UI Questionnaire Tool||G Perlman|
|Bibliography of Fitts' Law Research||S MacKenzie|
|Decomposing Swapping in Microsoft Word||D Hendry,
|Prefuse Information Visualization Toolkit||J Heer|
|Usable Privacy and Security||L Cranor,
|The CogTool Project||Carnegie Mellon University|
|HCI Bibliography: Education in HCI||G Perlman|
|Internal/External Validity and Pitfalls||A Fisk|
|Multi-touch interface||J Han|
|Heuristic Evaluation Essays||J Nielsen|
We have embedded all library contents in an (evolving) taxonomy of topics in human-centered computing and human-computer interaction. If you are just learning about HCC and HCI, this may be able to help you get a feel for the HCC/HCI field and what topics are important.
We have collected a number of video clips from academic and industrial sources that are relvant to HCC or HCI and are useful teaching tools. These videos are embedded in our topic taxonomy, but we have created this specialized section for your convenience.
Some of the lecture material for the Georgia Tech senior elective course CS/PSYCH 4750 (Design of the Human-Computer Interface) and the comparable graduate course CS/PSYCH 6750 has been recorded with Microsoft Producer to create talking head / audio / powerpoint lectures that can be viewed via a (Internet Explorer) web browser. This material is being used in the research project "Enhancing the Classroom Learning Experience with Web Lectures."
Help the HCC EDL community by contributing educational materials to the repository. Provide either your own materials (class lectures, etc.) or point us to useful resources elsewhere on the web. The submission process is via a Java applet.