Project Presentations · June 5, 1:45–3pm · 282 Lathrop Library, Stanford University
Join us for the final project presentation of CS 247,
Stanford’s advanced HCI Design Studio class.
Teams of students will present their Interactive Explanations they created through advanced needfinding, rapid prototyping, visual design, and implementing bespoke interactions.
When learning hard concepts, student don’t need boring lectures. They need tailored experiences that allow them to explore the concept interactively to discover it for themselves. Interactive Explanations are an emerging way to teach computer science and math concepts on the web. It is also a design challenge in defining these core concept to learn and the interactions that will convey it.
Students set up and guests arrive. Snacks will be served.
Each team presents their work in a brief presentation.
Students present demos of their prototypes.
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