User-Centred Information Systems Development


Theoretical and practical implications for a user-centred perspective on the development of computerized information systems. Topics include user participation, alternative development methodologies, end-user computing, prototyping techniques, computer-supported cooperative work. Emphasis on the development of systems at the workgroup level using common software packages.

This course is also offered by the Knowledge Media Design Institute as KMD 2001H Human-centred Design. More information.