CS547: Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (2013-2014)

CS547: Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (2013-2014, 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 2013-2014 academic year.

Magical Thinking: Fear, Wonder & Technology

Lecture 01 - Magical Thinking: Fear, Wonder & Technology (Genevieve Bell)
Lecture 02 - Big Data as Both a Window and a Mirror (Dan Cosley)
Lecture 03 - Beyond Flat Displays: Interactivity on Any Surface (Hrvoje Benko)
Lecture 04 - Fieldwork: Digital Art as Inquiry in the Open Studio (Marc Downie)
Lecture 05 - Building Social (and Discussion) Software for the Anti-Social (Jeff Atwood)
Lecture 06 - Cumulative Innovation & Open Disclosure of Intermediate Results (Karim Lakhani)
Lecture 07 - Managing Personal Information with Private, Accountable Crowdsourcing (Nicolas Kokkalis)
Lecture 08 - Design Thinking Tools for the Individual, Group and Community (Brian Bailey)
Lecture 09 - Supporting Fast-Response Medical Teams through Interactive Information Displays (Aleksandra Sarcevic)
Lecture 10 - Designing for Older Adults: Usability Considerations for Real Users (Kate Finn and Jeff Johnson)
Lecture 11 - 3D Printed Optics: Visible and Beyond (Karl Willis)
Lecture 12 - Design at Large (Scott Klemmer)
Lecture 13 - From Falling Text to Custom Glass - Adventures in Interactive Art (Camille Utterback)
Lecture 14 - Reeconfiguring Sociomateriality: An Ethnographic Investigation of Robotic Deep Space Science (Paul Dourish)
Lecture 15 - Lowering the Barriers to Learning Complex Visual Design Tools (Mira Dontcheva)
Lecture 16 - Using Big Data to Discover Tacit Knowledge and Improve Learning (Ken Koedinger)
Lecture 17 - Centering the Humans in Human Computation (Lilly Irani)
Lecture 18 - Technology and Memory: From Lifelogging to Strategic Reminiscence (Steve Whittaker)
Lecture 19 - The Art of Tinkering: Loose Parts, Danger and Self-Directed Learning (Karen Wilkinson and Mike Petrich)
Lecture 20 - Designing Experiments for Behavior Change (Kristen Berman)
Lecture 21 - Building an Accessible Web (Jeff Wieland and Ramya Sethuraman)
Lecture 22 - Empowering Users to Make Privacy and Security Decisions on Mobile Devices (Serge Egelman)
Lecture 23 - Work as Coordination and Coordination as Work (Kevin Crowston)
Lecture 24 - Collaborative News: From "Narcotweets" to Journalism-as-a-Service (Andres Monroy Hernandez)
Lecture 25 - Two Faces of Video: Enterprise and Consumer Contexts for Video Calling (John Tang)