CPSC 671-600, Computer-Human Interaction, Spring 1998
Tu Th 2:20-3:35, HRBB 113
Course Instructor: Richard Furuta, HRBB 402C, 845-3839, email@example.com
Office hours: Tu Th 3:35-4:30, or by appointment
Required textbookL Ronald M. Baecker, Jonathan Grudin, William A. S.
Buxton, and Saul Greenberg. Human-Computer Interaction: Toward the Year
2000. Second edition. Morgan Kaufmann. 1995.
Course Web pages: http://www.csdl.tamu.edu/~furuta/671
Approximate grading scheme:
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- Check the course's Web pages regularly for new announcements. If you
need to contact me outside of regularly scheduled times, please use electronic
- Examinations will be comprehensive and will cover all course material
to date (i.e., both readings and discussions). Examinations will be closed-book
unless otherwise specified.
- There will be no makeup examinations. If you have a valid medical excuse,
the examination component of your grade will be computed based on the other
- Assignments are due at the beginning of class on the due date. Due
dates will be set to give ample time for completion of the project and
will not be extended save for the unexpected and unlikely major, long-lived
catastrophy. Individual accomodations will be discussed if you have a valid
medical excuse. Last minute computer malfunction or work assigned in other
classes will not be accepted as valid reason for delaying an assignment's
due date. (Changes to an assignment's due date will generally be avoided
because they are unfair to those students who have organized their time
to complete the assignment). Late assignments will be decremented by 30%
per day or fraction of day late, starting at class time.