Examines issues of human-computer interaction and the design of better computer interfaces.Students review interfaces to a number of different information systems to gain an understanding of the challenges and trade-offs in good design.
Established in 1994, the Discovery Program helps Illinois students enhance their education through greater interaction with faculty in small classes.
Some Discovery courses can be used to satisfy General Education requirements or requirements in a major, while others are electives.[Same as INFO 202 (controlling dept) and MACS 202] Explores the way in which information technologies have and are transforming society and how these affect a range of social, political and economic issues from the individual to societal levels.
[This course satisfies the General Education Criteria for a UIUC Social Sciences course.] [Title change effective Spring 2011; formerly known as "Social Aspects Info Sys"][Same as INFO 310] Explores use and application of computers to scholarly activity in the humanities, including computer-based cooperation agreements and their impact on humanities scholarship, and computers and writing, and related topics.
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