HCI220: Ethics and Activism in Tech and Design

Examines tech ethics/activism in design. Students discuss biases within tech at large and reflect on their values and biases in designing technology through coursework. Students learn the possibilities of political action as UX/HCI practitioners.
Prerequisite(s): HCI 200 and HCI 201; or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to human computer interaction graduate students.

5 Credits


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