Many computer science graduates will likely find themselves developing
interfaces in a work culture that has only naive notions of usability
engineering. This article describes a course I developed that prepares
students for this eventuality by providing them with practical and
applicable HCI skills. All course materials are available on the
world wide web, and pointers are provided.
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