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University of Oregon, 2001, PhD in Computer and Information Science
University of Montana, 1996, MS in Computer Science
Pennsylvania State University, 1989, BS in Computer Science
CSCI 181 - Web Design and Programming.
CSCI 340 - Database Design
CSCI 426 - Adv Prgrmng Theory/Practice I.
Offered autumn. Prereq., CSCI 323, or consent of instr. Students should be of Senior class standing. Class represents first in senior capstone experience. Students will work in groups to design and prototype real-world software. Focus will be on client interaction, software engineering methodologies, project management tools, requirements specification and analysis, design, user feedback, documentation and presentation.
CSCI 427 - Adv Prgrmng Theory/Practice II.
Offered spring. Prereq., CSCI 426. Design and implementation of a major software project in a group setting, with required documentation, presentation, installation, and approval by the instructor.
CSCI 443 - User-Interface Design
Offered intermittently. Prereq., CSCI 232 (CS 241) or consent of instr. Introduction to usability and key concepts of human behavior. Focus on the process of user-centered design, including requirements specification, prototyping, and methods of evaluation. Incorporation of regular design critiques of classmates' work, and emphasis on both oral and written communication skills. Credit not allowed for CSCI 576 (CS 576) and this course.
CSCI 576 - Human-Computer Interaction
Offered intermittently. Prereq., CSCI 232 (CS 241) or consent of instr. Principles of good design for interactive systems and web-based applications. User-centered design methodology including requirements specification, low and high-fidelity prototyping, heuristic evaluation, cognitive walkthrough, predictive modeling, and usability testing. Advanced HCI research project. Credit not allowed for both CSCI 443 (CS 476) and CSCI 576 (CS 576).
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