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Unformatted text preview: COURSE PLAN (L1) Faculty: Faculty of Computing Page: 1 of 6 Course: Human Computer Interaction (SCSV 2113) Lecture Hours: 56 hours Course Pre-­‐requisite: None Semester: Semester 1 Session: 2015/2016 1. LECTURER’S INFORMATION Name: Nik I srozaidi Nik Ismail Office Room: 206-­‐11, N28 Telephone: 07-­‐553XXXX Email Address [email protected] 2. COURSE INFORMATION 2a. Synopsis: This course presents the physical and informational aspects of the human computer interaction. It emphasises on the process of user interface design and development including user-­‐centered design and task analysis. The course also stresses on the user interface evaluation and experiments through group as well as individual project work. 2b. Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course, students should have the following knowledge, skills and attitude to: Table 1: Mapping of Course Learning Outcomes (CO) to Program Outcomes (PO) Programme Learning Outcome(s) No. Course Learning Outcome Assessment Methods Addressed Describe the concept of human computer PO1 (C2, P1, A1) A, F 1 interaction and the application of human factors as a multi-­‐level process of communication through design and evaluation of interactive systems. 2 Apply their theoretical knowledge to issues that PO3 (C3, P2, A2) A, PR, Pr, F arise in the design of interactive systems. Build a prototype development project according to PO5 (CTPS1, CTPS2, CTPS3), A, PR, Pr, F 3 principles and guidelines of human computer PO6 (TS1, TS2, TS3) interaction. (A – Assignment; Q – Quiz; PR – Project; Pr – Presentation; E – Exam; F-­‐ Final Exam; L – Lab) 2c. Generic Skills Addressed: In undergoing this learning, students will also acquire other value-­‐added skills such as: 1. Ability to work in teams through group project and assignments. 2. Ability to communicate confidently through presentations and written assignments. 3. Ability to learn basic knowledge of leadership. Prepared by: Name: Nik Isrozaidi Nik Ismail Signature: Date: 7 September 2015 Certified by: Name: Signature: Date: COURSE PLAN (L1) Faculty: Faculty of Computing Page: 2 of 6 Course: Human Computer Interaction (SCSV 2113) Lecture Hours: 56 hours Course Pre-­‐requisite: None 2d. WEEK Weekly Schedule: DATE SYLLABUS 1. 1 6-­‐12 Sept 2 Semester: Semester 1 Session: 2015/2016 2. 13-­‐19 Sept Lecture Semester I Part I ( 9 Weeks) 6 Sept. –7 Nov. 2015 Introduction to Human Computer Interaction 1.1. The Human, The Computer and Interaction 1.2. The importance of user interface design 1.3. Theories of Human Computer Interaction Interface quality and evaluation 2.1. Measures of user interface quality 2.2. Methods for observation and evaluation 3 3. Interactive system and interface design examples 3.1. Examples such as word processors, spreadsheets, 3.2. hypertext systems, programming environments, ATM's, 3.3. voice answering systems and mail systems 4. Dimensions of interface variability 4.1. Languages, communication and interaction 4.2. Dialogue genre; the role of metaphor 4.3. Dialogue techniques (including windows, menus, icons, etc.) 4.4. User support and assistance, documentation, training User-­‐centred design and task analysis 5.1. Software engineering design models, 5.2. User-­‐centred design and participatory design 5.3. Socio-­‐technical issues 5.4. Task analysis 5.5. Prototyping and the iterative design cycle; the evolution of designs 5.6. The role of principles and guidelines 5.7. Examples of designs User interface implementation 6.1. Prototyping tools and environments 6.2. Input and output devices 6.3. Ergonomic issues 20-­‐26 Sept 4 27 Sept-­‐3 Oct 5. 4-­‐10 Oct 5-­‐6 11-­‐17 Oct 6. 7 18 – 24 Oct Prepared by: Name: Nik Isrozaidi Nik Ismail Signature: Date: 7 September 2015 Certified by: Name: Signature: Date: ACTIVITIES • • • • Lecture:4 Lab/Tutorial: nil Assessment: nil Assignment 1 • • • • • • • • Lecture: 2 Lab/Tutorial: 2 Assessment: nil Lecture: 2 Lab/Tutorial: 2 Assessment: 0.5 Assignment 2 • Lecture: 2 • Lab/Tutorial: 2 • Assessment: nil Lecture: 4 Lab/Tutorial: 4 Assessment: 0.5 Student Centred Activity: 2 • Assignment 3 • • • • Lecture: 2 Lab/Tutorial: 2 Assessment: nil Student Centred Activity: 2 • Assignment 4 • • • • COURSE PLAN (L1) Faculty: Faculty of Computing Page: 3 of 6 Course: Human Computer Interaction (SCSV 2113) Lecture Hours: 56 hours Course Pre-­‐requisite: None 6. 8 25 -­‐ 31 Oct 7. 9 10 1 -­‐ 7 Nov 8 -­‐ 14 Nov 8. 11 15-­‐21 Nov 9. 12 Semester: Semester 1 Session: 2015/2016 User interface implementation 6.4. Basic results from computer graphics 6.5. Interface modalities: colour, sound, etc. 6.6. The role of graphic and industrial design 6.7. Toolkits and interface development environments Introduction to Evaluation 7.1. Evaluation Frameworks 7.2. The language of evaluations Mid-­‐Semester Break ( 1 Week ) 8 -­‐ 14 November 2015 Lecture Semester I Part II ( 5 Weeks) 15 Nov – 19 December 2015 Evaluation approaches 8.1. Usability testing 8.2. Field studies 8.3. Analytical evaluation Experimental designs and analysis 22-­‐28 Nov 10. Class Project Presentation 13 29 Nov -­‐5 Dec 11. Research Topic in Human Computer Interaction 14 6-­‐12 Dec 12. HCI Day ( Student Project Exhibition) Study Week ( 1 Week) 16 20-­‐26 Jan 20-­‐26 January 2016 Final Exam Semester I ( 3 Weeks) 17-­‐19 27 Dis.– 16 Jan 27 Dis. 2015 – 16 Jan. 2016 15 13-­‐19 Dec • • • • Lecture: 2 Lab/Tutorial: 2 Assessment: nil Project • Lecture: 2 • Lab/Tutorial: 2 • Assessment: nil • Lecture: 2 • Lab/Tutorial: 2 • Assessment: 0.5 • Lecture: 2 • Lab/Tutorial: 2 • Assessment: nil • Lecture: nil • Lab/Tutorial: nil • Presentation: 3 • Assessment: nil • Lecture: 4 • Lab/Tutorial: 4 • Assessment: 0.5 3. TEACHING METHODOLOGY The knowledge and skills are delivered to students through lecture sessions, individual and group assignments, labs, Active Learning (Discussion) and projects. Students are expected to participate actively in class. Prepared by: Name: Nik Isrozaidi Nik Ismail Signature: Date: 7 September 2015 Certified by: Name: Signature: Date: COURSE PLAN (L1) Faculty: Faculty of Computing Page: 4 of 6 Course: Human Computer Interaction (SCSV 2113) Lecture Hours: 56 hours Course Pre-­‐requisite: None Semester: Semester 1 Session: 2015/2016 Table 2: Distribution of Student Learning Time Teaching and Learning Activities 1. Direct Learning - Lecture - Practical/Lab/Tutorial - Student Centered Learning Independent Study - Assignment - Project - Group Discussion - Revision - Preparation for Examination/Assignment/Project Assessment - Presentation - Final Exam (1) 2. 3. Total Student Learning Times (Hours) 56 28 24 4 59 16 6 4 23 10 5 2 3 120 4. COURSE ASSESSMENT Assessment will be done through the scheme shown in Table 3. A student must obtain at least 65% MARKS TO PASS this SUBJECT. No. 1 Assessment Assignment (A) Table 3: Marks Distribution Number % each 4 % total 40 Dates 3 4 5 i. Assignment 1 (Individual) ii. Assignment 2 (Group) iii. Assignment 3 (Group) iv. Assignment 4 (Group) Project (PR) Team working, Communication and Leadership Skills (Pr) Final Exam (F) Overall Total 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 10 15 10 25% 5% 25 5 1 30% 30 100 As identified in the Course Plan 5. REFERENCES Sharp, H., Rogers, Y., Preece, J., (2007) “Interaction Design: Beyond Human-­‐Computer Interaction, 2nd Edition, New York: J. Wiley & Sons. ii. Smith-­‐Atakan, S. (2006), Human-­‐Computer Interaction, Middlesex University Press: Thomson Learning. iii. Dix, A. et. al (2004), Human-­‐Computer Interaction, 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall. iv. Preece, J., (1998) “Human-­‐Computer Interaction”, Wokingham: Addison-­‐Wesley. i. Prepared by: Name: Nik Isrozaidi Nik Ismail Signature: Date: 7 September 2015 Certified by: Name: Signature: Date: COURSE PLAN (L1) Faculty: Faculty of Computing Page: 5 of 6 Course: Human Computer Interaction (SCSV 2113) Lecture Hours: 56 hours Course Pre-­‐requisite: None Semester: Semester 1 Session: 2015/2016 6. ASSESSMENT DISTRIBUTION BASED ON CO-­‐PO Generic S kill Table 4: D istribution of Marks Based CO-­‐PO Program Learning Outcome % Total PO1 P02 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 Cours e Learning Outcome 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 As s ignment 1 (A1) As s ignment 2 (A2) As s ignment 3 (A3) As s ignment 4 (A4) Final Exam (F) Project (P) TW, LS, & CS (Pr) % Total CO1 5 5 5 C02 CO3 5 5 5 15 10 10 5 5 10 10 5 25 0 40 0 30 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 10 15 10 35 20 5 0 0 0 0 100 Prepared by: Name: Nik Isrozaidi Nik Ismail Signature: Date: 7 September 2015 Certified by: Name: Signature: Date: COURSE PLAN (L1) Faculty: Faculty of Computing Page: 6 of 6 Course: Human Computer Interaction (SCSV 2113) Lecture Hours: 56 hours Course Pre-­‐requisite: None 7. Semester: Semester 1 Session: 2015/2016 COURSE POLICY ! Attendance is compulsory and will be taken in every lecture session. Students with less than 80% total attendance are not allowed to sit for final exam. ! Students are required to behave and follow the dressing regulation and etiquette which has been stated in University ruling while in class, in lab, and in exam hall. ! Any form of plagiarisms is NOT ALLOWED. Students who are caught cheating during exams may FAIL the course (no mark for cheating during Quiz). Students who copied other student’s assignment/lab exercise will get zero mark. ! Exercises will be given in class and some may be taken for assessment. Students who do not take the exercise will lose the coursework marks for the exercise. ! Make up exam will not be given, except to students who are sick and submit medical certificate which is confirmed by UTM panel doctors. Make up exam can only be given within one week from the initial date of exam. ! Assignments must be submitted on the due dates. Some points will be deducted for the late submission. Assignments that are hand over after three days from the due dates will not be accepted. Prepared by: Name: Nik Isrozaidi Nik Ismail Signature: Date: 7 September 2015 Certified by: Name: Signature: Date: ...
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