Module 1: Introduction to the course, PACT and Situated Cognitive Engineering
Duration and Associated literature
Hour 1: 39:03
Hour 2: 42:13
Neerincx, M.A. Bos, A., Olmedo-Soler, A. Brauer, U. Breebaart, L., Smets, N., Lindenberg, J., Grant, T., Wolff, M. (2008). The Mission Execution Crew Assistant: Improving Human-Machine Team Resilience for Long Duration Missions. Proceedings of the 59th International Astronautical Congress (IAC2008). Paris, France: IAF. DVD: ISSN 1995-6258.
In this first lecture a short introduction will be given. The aims and learning outcomes of the different modules will be explained, together with what is expected to finish this course successfully.
Other topics discussed in this lecture:
What exactly is Intelligent User Experience Engineering?A small introduction to designing interactive systemsPACT (people, activities, contexts and technologies)Situated Cognitive Engineering.
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