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
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** David: next readings?
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** Go through schedule / deliverables
** SS assignement - with David: grading / feedback/revision cycle
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** 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. [[http://www-static.cc.gatech.edu/classes/AY2006/cs6455_spring/bell.pdf | 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 [[http://www.misq.org/archivist/vol/no28/issue1/EdCommentsV28N1.pdf | Available onlin]]

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

!!!!Other readings of interest
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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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* 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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## 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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** 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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# 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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# 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
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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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## 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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## 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)
# 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.
# 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
# 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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**Eliot: Time, Ownership and Awareness: The Value of Contextual Locations in the Home
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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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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)