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The course is formed around seminars presenting work from the research front in HCI - often given by invited lecturers. Before each seminar, the student is expected to read a paper or book chapter that is subsequently presented in the seminar. After each seminar, student work in groups to reflect on the topic of the seminar. To finalise the course, students are expected to write an (up to) six-page paper, showing that they picked up on what is happening in HCI and possibly shaping their research questions for their MSc-work.
The aim of the course is to let students show that: they can read, critically examine and relate to research papers and furthermore articulate their own work in the form of a short paper. See the course plan.
The six reflections need to be handed in one week after the respective seminars (or even BEFORE the seminar if possible?), and the six-page paper. As always, the earlier you finish the better. If you wait until the end of the term, it will take much longer for you to receive feedback and a grade due to the time constraints of grading everyone's paper. Put your reflections in Canvas. Please name your (please convert these to .pdf) files thusly: [(last_name) (reflection number)].
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