teaching

Teaching

Courses for the 2021-2022 School year.
(Link to courses from previous years.)

Course name
Professors
Year
Trimester
Level
Summary

Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, Prof Université Paris-Saclay
Wendy Mackay, DR Inria

2022
T3
M1, M2

Fundamentals of Situated Interaction applies the principles of instrumental interaction and co-adaptation to the design of interactive systems.

Wendy E. Mackay, Inria & Université Paris-Saclay
Janin Koch, Inria & Université Paris-Saclay

2022
T3
M1, M2, PhD

Advanced Design of Interactive Systems builds upon the Introductory course, with the emphasis on understanding how to select design methods and how to create principled, customized design activities within a participatory design process.

Attention: We will start remotely, and hope to return to the Fab Lab as soon as possible. Class on 12 January will be remote

Wendy E. Mackay, Inria & Université Paris-Saclay
Janin Koch, Inria & Université Paris-Saclay

2021
T2
M1, M2, PhD

Introduction to the Design of Interactive Systems teaches quick and effective user-centred design methods, emphasising situated interaction, rapid design and redesign.

Wendy Mackay

2021
T3
M1

The HCI Winter School exposes Masters students to research in the Human-Centered Interaction Department and teaches how to read, present and discuss the research literature.

Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, Prof Université Paris-Saclay
Wendy Mackay, DR Inria

2021
T3
M1, M2

Fundamentals of Situated Interaction applies the principles of instrumental interaction and co-adaptation to the design of interactive systems.

Wendy Mackay, DR Inria

2021
T3
M1, M2, PhD

Advanced Design of Interactive Systems builds upon the Introductory course, with the emphasis on understanding how to select design methods and how to create principled, customized design activities within a participatory design process.

Wendy E. Mackay, Inria & Université Paris-Saclay

2020
T1
M1, M2

Introduction: Design of Interactive Systems (DO IS) teaches quick and effective user-centred design methods, with an emphasis on rapid design and redesign.