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Video Equipment for Design-Use-Build Seminar
MHCI+D Graduate Program/Graduate School
The DUB Seminar is one of the key activities of the DUB, the University of Washington’s cross-campus human-computer interaction initiative. This group is highly interdisciplinary, with participation from a dozen academic units including Computer Science & Engineering, Human-Centered Design & Engineering, the Information School, and the Division of Design in the School of Art + Art History + Design.
The mission of DUB is to bring together an interdisciplinary group of people to share ideas, collaborate on research, and advance teaching related to the interaction between design, people, and technology.
The Master of Human Computer Interaction + Design graduate program, MHCI+D, was formed by the faculty group and is in its fifth year of providing graduate education. The MHCI+D program provides the Administrative function and technical support to the DUB Seminar. This support includes video Capturing, editing and publishing of the weekly speakers, as well as scheduling, venue and catering arrangements.
Videos from previous DUB Seminars can be found here:
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