IS 406 Cognition in the Wild

Designed as a foundation for students who are interested in learning how to design human-centered information technologies. Students will learn basic principles in human cognition and behavior, and how these principles influence how we interact with information technologies. The course will prepare students to translate theories in human cognition and behavior to analyze, evaluate and rethink everyday design examples.

Scheduled Offerings

  • Fall 2020

    • IS406ACG - Cognition in the Wild
      Mon, 1:00 pm - 3:50 pm
      Gregory Hall 113
      On-Campus
      Graduate student questions may be sent to ischool-advising@illinois.edu
      Instructor
      Jessie Chin
      CRN
      73321
      Length
      16 weeks
      Credit hours
      4
    • IS406ACU - Cognition in the Wild
      Mon, 1:00 pm - 3:50 pm
      Gregory Hall 113
      On-Campus
      Restricted to Undergraduates with Junior standing or above. Restricted to Information Sciences majors until one week before classes begin (by noon 8/17/2020). Undergraduate questions may be sent to ischool-is@illinois.edu
      Instructor
      Jessie Chin
      CRN
      73322
      Length
      16 weeks
      Credit hours
      3

Textbooks and Course Materials

Available from the Illinois Union Bookstore (IUB).