701.81 Lesson Plans

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  • David: PDFs before class?
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  • David: PDFs before class?

Wed October 8

  • Lectures
    • Amy Voida
      • pragmatics of running studies: How to Interview; Retrospective of the iTUNES Music sharing paper
      • students should have read the paper on interviewing, and her iTunes paper
  • Schedule
    • Focus documents
      • Round 2 (if suggested by David's feedback)
    • Presentations:
      • Oct 15 (next week), post readings/materials to the class
      • Oct 22 (two weeks), powerpoint to Saul
      • Oct 22 & 29, student seminars 20+10 as scheduled
    • Project
      • Nov 19 Project presentations (5 weeks from now)
      • Dec 3 Project report (10 page paper) and archives
  • BLog postings
    • keep them coming; I am tracking them.
    • concentrate on serious points i.e., critique, impact, etc.
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  • SS assignement - with David: grading? feedback/revision cycle?
  • presentation schedule and confirmatin?
  • David: next readings?
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  • Go through schedule / deliverables
  • SS assignement - with David: grading / feedback/revision cycle?
  • presentation schedule. expectations and confirmation of topics
  • Next readings for next week
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Wed. Oct 1

  • Lectures
    • Social Science
  • Deliverables
    • final project plan
    • blog entries
    • social science task sheets
  • Talk about
    • SS assignement - with David: grading? feedback/revision cycle?
    • presentation schedule and confirmatin?
    • David: next readings?
    • David: PDFs before class?
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  • Shmidt, A. and Terrenghi, L.

Methods and Guidelines for the Design and Development of Domestic Ubiquitous Computing Applications.

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  • Shmidt, A. and Terrenghi, L. Methods and Guidelines for the Design and Development of Domestic Ubiquitous Computing Applications.
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  • Tony Salvador, Genevieve Bell, and Ken Anderson Design Ethnography. Design Management Journal, Fall, 1999, pp 35 – 41. Available online

Ron Weber. Editor’s Comments: The Rhetoric of Positivism Versus Interpretivism: A personal view. MIS Quarterly, Vol. 28 No. 1, pp. iii-xii, March 2004 Available onlin

Cooper, Alan About Face 3: The Essentials of Interaction Design. Wiley Publishing, Inc., Indianapolis, 2007. Chapter 4 (49-73) To be supplied

Other readings of interest

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  1. Tolmie, P., Pycock, J., Diggins, T., MacLean, A., and Karsenty, A. 2002. Unremarkable computing.
    1. A perspective on how to look at domestic computing which is quite different from traditional 'work oriented' computing
  2. Shmidt, A. and Terrenghi, L.
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  • Tolmie, P., Pycock, J., Diggins, T., MacLean, A., and Karsenty, A. 2002. Unremarkable computing.
    • A perspective on how to look at domestic computing which is quite different from traditional 'work oriented' computing
  • Shmidt, A. and Terrenghi, L.
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  1. describes how methods of user centered design and participatory design can be appropriated to find users’ requirements and design ideas for ubiquitous computing applications for the home
  1. Howard, S., Kjeldskov, J. and Skov, M. Pervasive Computing in the Domestic Space
    1. presents four inter-related dimensions on thinking about computing in domestic spaces. An intro to the special issue.
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  • describes how methods of user centered design and participatory design can be appropriated to find users’ requirements and design ideas for ubiquitous computing applications for the home
  • Howard, S., Kjeldskov, J. and Skov, M. Pervasive Computing in the Domestic Space
    • presents four inter-related dimensions on thinking about computing in domestic spaces. An intro to the special issue.
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  1. Tolmie, P., Pycock, J., Diggins, T., MacLean, A., and Karsenty, A. 2002.

Unremarkable computing. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems: Changing Our World, Changing Ourselves (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, April 20 - 25, 2002). CHI '02. ACM, , 399-406.

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  1. Tolmie, P., Pycock, J., Diggins, T., MacLean, A., and Karsenty, A. 2002. Unremarkable computing.
    1. A perspective on how to look at domestic computing which is quite different from traditional 'work oriented' computing
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  • describes how methods of user centered design and participatory design can be appropriated to find users’ requirements and design ideas for ubiquitous computing applications for the home
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  1. describes how methods of user centered design and participatory design can be appropriated to find users’ requirements and design ideas for ubiquitous computing applications for the home
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  • presents four inter-related dimensions on thinking about computing in domestic spaces. An intro to the special issue.
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  1. presents four inter-related dimensions on thinking about computing in domestic spaces. An intro to the special issue.
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Wed Sept 15

Lecture

  • Introduce Yaser
  • Introduce Kathryn Elliot
  • Kathryn Elliot guest lecture: Time, Ownership and Awareness
  • Kathryn Elliot discussion (methods and analysis, approach to research, application at SMART)
  • break
  • Saul - wrap up talk

Class discussions

  • Presentation: round robin elevator pitch
  • Project: round robin elevator pitch
  • Readings and blog: use blogs + pictures as focus for discussing
    • Being Human, p10-62 (but read it all if you wish)
    • Doing Cultural Studies: The Story of the Sony Walkman, Section 1

Next week deliverables

Presentation

  • final proposal

Project

  • draft proposal
    • motivation, objective, milestones, schedule and deliverables.

Readings ( on readings site)

  1. Tolmie, P., Pycock, J., Diggins, T., MacLean, A., and Karsenty, A. 2002.

Unremarkable computing. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems: Changing Our World, Changing Ourselves (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, April 20 - 25, 2002). CHI '02. ACM, , 399-406.

  1. Shmidt, A. and Terrenghi, L.

Methods and Guidelines for the Design and Development of Domestic Ubiquitous Computing Applications.

  • describes how methods of user centered design and participatory design can be appropriated to find users’ requirements and design ideas for ubiquitous computing applications for the home
  1. Howard, S., Kjeldskov, J. and Skov, M. Pervasive Computing in the Domestic Space
    • presents four inter-related dimensions on thinking about computing in domestic spaces. An intro to the special issue.
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  • at appropriate times, show them
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  • at appropriate times, show them
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  • go through handout
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  • Read
    • Being Human, p10-62 (but read it all if you wish)
    • Doing Cultural Studies: The Story of the Sony Walkman, Section 1
    • Time, Ownership and Awareness: The Value of Contextual Locations in the Home
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Read

  • Being Human, p10-62 (but read it all if you wish)
  • Doing Cultural Studies: The Story of the Sony Walkman, Section 1
  • Time, Ownership and Awareness: The Value of Contextual Locations in the Home

Blog

  • Get email that studnets will use for this
  • Write a short summary of your thoughts about each paper
  • Take, post and describe a digital photo showing:
    • an existing example of ubiquitous computing in your home
    • possible good and bad places for ubiquitous computers

Presentation

  • presentation topic suggestions

Project

  • proposal suggestions
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  • Hand out intro sheet
  • Names / Emails / Program / Supervisor
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  • Being Human, p10-62 (but read it all if you wish)
  • Doing Cultural Studies: The Story of the Sony Walkman, Section 1
  • Time, Ownership and Awareness: The Value of Contextual Locations in the Home
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  • Being Human, p10-62 (but read it all if you wish)
  • Doing Cultural Studies: The Story of the Sony Walkman, Section 1
  • Time, Ownership and Awareness: The Value of Contextual Locations in the Home
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  • at appropriate times, show them
    • class website (navigate through readings/schedule/project details)
    • blog (show them how to log on, and how to create a posting)
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  • after your host, do student intros
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  • after your hosts, do student intros
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  • Doing Cultural Studies: The Story of the Sony Walkman, Section 1
  • Time, Ownership and Awareness: The Value of Contextual Locations in the Home
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  • Read Being Human, p10-62 (but read it all if you wish)
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  • Read
    • Being Human, p10-62 (but read it all if you wish)
    • Eliot: Time, Ownership and Awareness: The Value of Contextual Locations in the Home
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Wed Sept 8

Lecture

Intro slides

  • after your host, do student intros
    • Name, academic background, supervisor, speciality, thesis project, why interested,

For next week

  • Read Being Human, p10-62 (but read it all if you wish)