Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing
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assignment Level : Intermediate
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This course is currently under development and is expected to be offered October 2015.

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In this course the student will learn about the third and fourth cycles of user interface design: prototyping and user evaluation. Students will be lead through a set of exercises to determine appropriate design alternatives. Students will also go through various exercises to determine bench mark tasks. They will also learn some quantitative and qualitative techniques for user evaluation. Finally they will be exposed to data analyses techniques.



  • Gregory Abowd - School of Interactive Computing

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Georgia Institute of Technology

The Georgia Institute of Technology, also known as Georgia Tech or GT, is a co-educational public research university located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It is part of the wider University System of Georgia network. Georgia Tech has offices in Savannah (Georgia, USA), Metz (France), Athlone (Ireland), Shanghai (China), and Singapore.

Georgia Tech's reputation is built on its engineering and computer science programmes, which are among the best in the world5,6. The range of courses on offer is complemented by programmes in the sciences, architecture, humanities and management.




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