Master of Information Management (MIM) - User Experience, Part 1 MGMT 5004   User Experience, Part 1
Understanding of theories and practices of human computer interaction is a key determinant of organizational success. This course explores how technology affects human use, and examines the process from conception of an idea to design and evaluation, with a particular emphasis on Web-based activities. The course discusses individuals’ and groups’ information seeking behaviours in public and private contexts, and the theories and models of information seeking behaviour that contribute to a nuanced understanding of the user experience.
  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Online Delivery

FORMAT COMMENTS: Online via Brightspace including some or all of the following: voice-over presentations, video presentations, group discussions, instructor/student threaded discussions, hyper-linked lecture notes, live chat, etc.