HCI Statement of Accomplishment

Posted by on Aug 22, 2012 in usability | No Comments
HCI Statement of Accomplishment

Statement of Accomplishment, Human-Computer InteractionI recently completed an online course in Human-Computer Interaction with Stanford University via Coursera and I’m happy to say I just received my Statement of Accomplishment.

The Statement of Accomplishment is given to those who took the Apprentice track of the course and watched weekly lectures and took online quizzes. The full track looked great fun and quite involved but unfortunately time pressures didn’t allow me partake.

The course was run by Scott Klemmer, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, who did a really great job. So to him and the staff at Coursera (who experimented with some interesting teaching / learning methods), I say thank you!

(I should make clear that the online course does not affirm I was enrolled as a Stanford student in any way; it does not confer a Stanford grade; it does not confer a Stanford credit; it does not confer a Stanford degree or certificate; and it does not verify my identity! I just did it for fun!)

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