The Human-Dimensions of Human-Computer Interaction - Balancing the HCI Equation

@inproceedings{McKay2008TheHO,
  title={The Human-Dimensions of Human-Computer Interaction - Balancing the HCI Equation},
  author={Elspeth McKay},
  booktitle={The Future of Learning},
  year={2008}
}
The Human-Dimensions of Human-Computer Interaction commences a non-technical discussion about everyday computer usage and deals with the human-dimension or social context of effective HCI. It brings forward many of the hidden complexities of the human-dimensions of HCI, and owes to the educative nature of the techno-saga. The first three chapters are designed to set the background for the duality of the human/machine dimensions of HCI. Chapter four leaves the machine-side of the techno-saga to… CONTINUE READING

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