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1 INFO3315 HCI Human-Computer Interaction Introduction Judy Kay (co-ordinator) Bob Kummerfeld Josh Carolan, James Constable, Julia Mitchelmore

2 Preliminary essentials

3 OHS INDUCTION School of Information Technologies

4 OHS INDUCTION Emergency Procedures & Evacuation Check for any sign of immediate danger Shut down equipment Follow exit signs in orderly fashion, to assembly areas, as indicated by wardens Do not use lifts Emergency contact numbers Dial 0-000 (from internal phone) and University Security on 9351-3333. First aid kit available in kitchen area adjacent to Lab 110 in SIT Building. 4

5 OHS INDUCTION General Housekeeping Use of Labs Keep work area clean and orderly Remove trip hazards around desk area No food and drink near machines No smoking permitted within University buildings Do not unplug or move equipment without permission

6 OHS INDUCTION WHS Contacts for School of IT First aid officer in SIT Building is Will Calleja (1West) 9036 9706 Chief fire warden in SIT Building is Greg Ryan (1 East) 9351 4360 Nearest medical facility – University Health Service in Level 3, Wentworth Building Report incidents to: Katie Yang (Undergraduate), 9351 4918 Cecille Faraizi (Postgraduate), 9351 6060 Shari Lee (School Manager), 9351 4158

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14 Pragmatics http://www.ug.it.usyd.edu.au/~info3315 Labs start week 2 – Changing labs – Go to the lab you want to attend. If the tutor says there is room, you may swap in. – There may be an additional lab created.

15 The teaching team: lecturers Judy Kay – Computer Human Adapted Interaction Group – Research: personalisation, surface computing, technology for education, lifelong learning, health and wellness – Room 307, School of IT Building, J12 – Phone: 9351-4502 – http://sydney.edu.au/engineering/it/~judy/ http://sydney.edu.au/engineering/it/~judy/ – http://sydney.edu.au/engineering/people/judy.kay.php http://sydney.edu.au/engineering/people/judy.kay.php Bob Kummerfeld – Computer Human Adapted Interaction Group – Research: architectures for user modelling and pervasive computing systems – Room 310, School of IT Building, J12 – Phone: 9351-4777 – http://sydney.edu.au/engineering/it/~bob/ http://sydney.edu.au/engineering/it/~bob/

16 The teaching team: tutors Josh Carolan – Josh is currently studying Software Engineering at USyd, he enjoys sports and plays Rugby Union for the Manly Marlins in his spare time. James Constable – PhD candidate working in the area of Natural Language Processing. Julia Mitchelmore – Julia is a front-end developer at Razorfish Australia and graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor in Design Computing in 2013. She has a background in web development, digital design and user experience.

17 Textbook Hartson and Pyla – Designer perspective – Extensive search…. – Big book but don’t fear…. – Electronic? – Best experience so far on ipad - DL Reader, also tried Bluefire  web version  Very long and wordy – Do not fear! – Reduces cross referencing – More useful as reference – We focus on HCI broader view (cf. Usability Engineering) Focus on required readings

18 Class web site http://www.ug.it.usyd.edu.au/~info3315 Short tour: Notes: – Piazza for us to stay in contact, and to hold resources – Weekly required readings – Weekly homework – Builds into the assignments – Groups form in Week 2 lab


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