Human-Computer Interaction Seminar Series 2013

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This seminar series features dynamic professionals sharing their industry experience and cutting edge research within the human-computer interaction (HCI) field. Each week, a unique collection of technologists, artists, designers, and activists will discuss a wide range of current and evolving topics pertaining to HCI.

Stanford Seminar – Jure Leskovec on Social Media User Behavior
Stanford Seminar – Technology and the Humanities
Stanford Seminar – Designing The Digital University
Stanford Seminar – Exposure to Political Diversity Online
Stanford Seminar – Living, Breathing Data
Stanford Seminar – Amy Jo Kim of Shufflebrain
Stanford Seminar – Representation Technologies
Stanford Seminar – Amy Jo Kim of Shufflebrain
Stanford Seminar – Crowds, networks, and data
Stanford Seminar – Making Sense of Large Graphs
Stanford Seminar – Medical Checklists, Crisis Attention and Interactive Cognitive Aids
Stanford Seminar – DJ Patil
Stanford Seminar – Filling in the H in CHI
Stanford Seminar – Josh Tyler of Suitable Technologies
Stanford Seminar – Jesse Cirimele of Stanford University
Stanford Seminar – Design Mining the Web
Stanford Seminar – Nicolas Kokkalis of Stanford University
Stanford Seminar – Marc Downie of OpenEndedGroup
Stanford Seminar – Hrvoje Benko of Microsoft Research
Stanford Seminar – Jeff Atwood of StackOverflow / Discourse
Stanford Seminar – Karim Lakhani of Harvard
Stanford Seminar – Brian Bailey of UIUC
Stanford Seminar – Aleksandra Sarcevic of Drexel University
Stanford Seminar – Genevieve Bell of Intel
Stanford Seminar – Dan Cosley, Cornell University
Stanford Seminar – Hrvoje Benko of Microsoft Research
Stanford Seminar – Marc Downie of OpenEndedGroup
Stanford Seminar – Jeff Atwood of StackOverflow / Discourse
Stanford Seminar – Karim Lakhani of Harvard
Stanford Seminar – Brian Bailey of UIUC
Stanford Seminar – Aleksandra Sarcevic of Drexel University

 

(Source: StanfordOnline)

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