CS547: Human-Computer Interaction Seminar

CS547: Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (2011-2012, Stanford Univ.). Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (Seminar on People, Computers, and Design) is a Stanford University course that features weekly speakers on topics related to human-computer interaction design. The seminar is organized by the Stanford HCI Group, which works across disciplines to understand the intersection between humans and computers. This playlist consists of seminar speakers recorded during the 2011-2012 academic year.

Lecture 17 - Next-Generation Citizen Science

Adrien Treuille shares his 10 reasons to crowdsource science. Treuille discusses how computer programs such as Eterna and Foldit incorporate crowdsourcing to aid and improve biology.

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Lecture 01 - Natural Interactions & Computing for Global Development
Lecture 02 - To Friend and to Trust: Eliciting Trustful and Useful Ratings Online
Lecture 03 - Interaction Design for the Quantified Self
Lecture 04 - Human-Centered Computing for Creativity and Expression
Lecture 05 - Designing Engaging Information Technology
Lecture 06 - Trajectories and the Extended User Experiences
Lecture 07 - Peer to PCAST: Open Video and Open Government
Lecture 08 - Enhancing Creativity with Interactive Paper
Lecture 09 - Computer Vision in the Study of Art
Lecture 10 - Sensemaking III: Searching-For and Organizing Information
Lecture 11 - Interface Technologies That Have Not Yet Left the Lab
Lecture 12 - Expressive Interaction and the Evaluation of Creativity Support
Lecture 13 - Micro-Coordinating: The Design of Collaborative Phenomena
Lecture 14 - An Unexpected Place For HCI to Improve Education: Tests
Lecture 15 - Human Intelligence Needs Artificial Intelligence
Lecture 16 - Motivation in the Age of Online Participation
Lecture 17 - Next-Generation Citizen Science
Lecture 18 - Inner Work Life, Performance, and Managerial Action
Lecture 19 - Motivational Environments and Personalized Cyberlearning
Lecture 20 - Conceptual Models: Core to Good Design
Lecture 21 - Creating Enticing Interfaces to Manage Better Information
Lecture 22 - Putting Personal Digital Archives to Work
Lecture 23 - Management Techniques for Crowd Work
Lecture 24 - The Growth of Sensing and Sensemaking
Lecture 25 - Improving the Learnability of Software Applications