Implementations of the CC′01 human – computer interaction guidelines using Bloom's taxonomy
Computer Science Education
In today's technology-laden society human – computer interaction (HCI) is an important knowledge area for computer scientists and software engineers. This paper surveys existing approaches to incorporate HCI into computer science (CS) and such related issues as the perceived gap between the interests of the HCI community and the needs of CS educators. It presents several implementations of the HCI subset of the CC′01 curricular guidelines, targeting CS educators with varying degrees of HCI expertise. These implementations include course/module outlines from freshman to graduate levels, suggested texts, and project ideas and issues, such as programming languages and environments. Most importantly, each outline incorporates Bloom's taxonomy to identify the depth of knowledge to be mastered by students. This paper condenses collaborative contributions of 26 HCI/CS educators aiming to improve HCI coverage in mainstream CS curricula. © 2007 Taylor & Francis.
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Manaris, Bill; Wainer, Michael; Kirkpatrick, Arthur E.; Stalvey, Rox Ann H.; Shannon, Christine; Leventhal, Laura; Barnes, Julie; Wright, John; Schafer, J. Ben; and Sanders, Dean, "Implementations of the CC′01 human – computer interaction guidelines using Bloom's taxonomy" (2007). Faculty Publications. 2686.