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This paper describes the experience developed in the subject Human-Computer Interaction 1 (HCI1) in the Promotion to Degree Course that has been introduced during the 2011/2012 academic year in the College of Computer Science, Ciudad Real. This experience has provided us an opportunity to measure and evaluate various aspects of the course from the point of view of the students. Those aspects are related to the applicability of this subject's contents, the effort to assimilate them, the suitability of the proposed activities, the methodologies, criteria and evaluation methods, and so on. The study conducted and presented in this paper has allowed us to contrast the opinions and experiences of different groups of students with the approaches of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). In this study we analyse the results by applying classical statistic methods and probabilistic graphical models (Bayesian Networks). This last representation has a richer semantics and, at first glance, provides a snapshot of the relevant relationships among the variables under consideration.