CMU: User-Centered Research and Evaluation

, As one of the core “flagship” courses for CMU’s Master in HCI program, this course introduces the skills and concepts of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) that enable computer scientists to design systems that effectively meet human needs. A concrete illustration of the practice of HCI, this course covers iterative design processes, interactive prototype construction, discount evaluation techniques, and the historical context of HCI. I TA’d this course with Profs. Amy Ogan, Raelin Musuraca, and Chris Connors. My responsibilities included holding weekly office hours, leading recitation sessions, and designing assignments, projects, and exams., 2018