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Human-computer interaction in software engineering courses

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A working group was convened to consider human-computer interaction (HCI) issues in relation to software engineering (SE) courses. Two broad questions were posed to the group: 1. Is this aspect (HCI) of software development adequately covered in SE courses? 2. Do contemporary graphical user interface (GUI) development tools over-emphasise the interface at the expense of functionality? The report has been written to reflect the discussions by the participants and to set out specific recommendations concerning the issues raised. It does not necessarily represent the views of any individual participants, nor the official views of their academic institutions

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Software Engineering: Education and Practice, 1996. Proceedings. International Conference

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24-27 Jan 1996