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The User Experience Scholarship Seminar at RIT

New Course at RIT: User Experience Scholarship Seminar is a team-centered scholarship course for any preexisting project/prototype in the HCI domain. The primary goal of this course is aimed at how to evaluate existing research projects/prototypes and prepare them for peer reviewed and disseminated ACM publication. Graduate students will be researching their project domains and creating either one full paper or one short paper and a demo/poster paper. Undergraduate students will also research their domains and create a demo or poster paper. During the quarter students will be submitting their research to leading international or domestic HCI conferences.

Starts: 13/3/2012
When: Tuesdays and Thursdays 10-11:50am
Where: Innovation Center RIT

Announcement on Google Plus

Experience IXD :: RIT Innovation Center :: 2.29.12 :: 4-7pm EST

I am happy to announce Experience IXD at the Rochester Institute of Technology Innovation Center on 2.29.12 from 4:00pm to 7:00pm EST. All are welcome. This judged event will show case MS HCI student interaction design strategies for new & novel products, systems and services. The panel of judges are from Eastman Kodak, the Saunders Business School and the School of Informatics and Technologies at Rochester Institute of Technology.

AWARDS
BEST: Wizard of Oz, Use Case Scenarios, Workflow UI, Testing Strategy, Presentation

PROJECT TOPICS
• Exercise to Socialize: Encouraging Peer Relations in the Fitness Center
• Improving Shopping Itemization through Contextual GPS Locations
• Enhancing Neighborhood Events through Mobile Augmentation
• Creating Purchasing Opportunity through Video Tutorials
• Enabling Entertainment Trajectories through Facebook Relationships
• Fashion Corner: Get Dressed Perfectly for Every Occasion
• Teaching Children Energy Conservation using a Plush Toy User Interface

THANK YOU!
I am very happy to have had the chance to work with these MS students, create this event and redesign the course ‘Usability Engineering’ at RIT. The event will be recorded.

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