Krzysztof Gajos

Teaching


 

Current and Upcoming

Fall 2014: CS 279: Topics in Human-Computer Interaction Research. This year's theme will be social computing and crowd-powered systems. Specifically, we will look at the design and analysis of systems, in which crowds of intrinsically motivated volunteers contribute to meaningful and non-trivial human computation tasks as a byproduct of doing something that they are motivated to do anyway.

Spring 2015: CS 179, an undergraduate class on the Design of Usable Interactive Systems.

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Spring 2014: CS 179, an undergraduate class on the Design of Usable Interactive Systems.

Fall 2013: CS 279: Topics in Human-Computer Interaction Research. This year's theme will be human-computer interaction research at scale.

Spring 2013: CS 179, an undergraduate class on the Design of Usable Interactive Systems (substantially revised).

Fall 2012: CS 279: Topics in Human-Computer Interaction Research. This year's theme will be Human Computation and Crowdsourcing.

Spring 2012: CS 179, an undergraduate class on the Design of Usable Interactive Systems.

Spring 2011: CS 179, an undergraduate class on the Design of Usable Interactive Systems.

Fall 2010: CS 279r, a graduate course. This year's focus was on the current topics and research methods in HCI.

Spring 2010: CS 179, an undergraduate class on the Design of Usable Interactive Systems.

Fall of 2009: CS 279r, a graduate class on Intelligent Interactive Systems.