Design for Accessibility – An introduction to inclusive technology design, that is, the design and evaluation of user interfaces for diverse users and use contexts. Populations include older adults, users with visual, cognitive or motor impairments, users who are deaf or hard of hearing, children, users in low resource contexts, and users in mobile contexts. Research trends and practical design considerations (e.g., web accessibility requirements) will be covered.Assistive input and output technologies will also be covered.
Introduction to Data Science – An exploration of some of the best and most general approaches to get the most information out of data through clustering, classification, and regression techniques.
Human Computer Interaction Design Methods – Methods of user-centered design, including task analysis, low-tech prototyping, user interviews, usability testing, participatory design, and focus groups.