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Technology never stops advancing. As such instructors in technology related fields must always be aware of new advancements, and prepare their students for industry. A prime example exists in… (More)
Im ag e by Z on eC re at iv e and mitigate the long wait between academic achievements. I started teaching myself how to repair home electronics, mainly video game consoles. I can open a device,… (More)
O ne of the first things a graduate student must learn is how to deal with critique. While assessment exists at all levels of higher education, graduate students are expected to be professional and… (More)
This forum addresses conceptual, methodological, and professional issues that arise in the UX field's continuing effort to contribute robust information about users to product planning and design.… (More)
classroom use is granted without fee provided that copies are not made or distributed for commercial advantage and that copies bear this notice and the full citation on the first page. Copyrights for… (More)
Bigger is not always better when building an academic reputation.
A s a Ph.D., you are effectively a student. But, unlike a normal student who takes classes, completes projects, and receives a grade, much more is expected from you. In addition to classes, Ph.D.… (More)
Upon finishing an internship or degree in design, novice designers face a challenging professional world. Design schools often prepare novices for the types of projects they will face, but preparing… (More)
Good research requires strong connections.
The XRDS blog highlights a range of topics from conference coverage, to security and privacy, to CS theory. Selected blog posts, edited for print, are featured in every issue. Please visit… (More)