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Schedule

Date

Topic

Readings/ Assignments/ Deadlines

Tue

April 1

Course Overview Information

Introduction

 

Thurs

April 3

Human Error and Cognitive Heuristics

 

Tue

April 8

No class-ATA

 

Thurs

April 10

End-User Involvement

- Wilson, S, Bekker M, Johnson P, Johnson H. Helping and Hindering User Involvement-A Tale of Everyday Design. CHI 1997; 178-185.

Barki H, Hartwick J. Measuring User Participation, User Involvement and User Attitude. MIS Quarterly 1994; 18(1): 59-82.

Tue

April 15

Ethnography 1

-Pope C. Conducting ethnography in medical settings. Medical Education 2005; 39: 1180-1187.

-Hughes J, King V, Rodden T, Andersen H. Moving Out from the Control Room: Ethnography in System Design. Proceedings of the 1994 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work 1994; 429-439.

Thurs

April 17

Ethnography 2

Journal Club:

-Ventres W, Kooienga S, Vuckovic N, Marlin R, Nygren P, Stewart V. Physicians, Patients, and the Electronic Health Record: An Ethnographic Analysis. Annals of Family Medicine 2006; 4(2): 124-131.

-Buchanan BG, Moore JD, Forsythe DE, Carenini G, Ohlsson S, Banks G. An intelligent interactive system for delivering individualized information to patients. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 1995; 7: 117-154.

-Forsythe DE. “It’s Just a Matter of Common Sense”: Ethnography as Invisible Work. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 1999; 8: 127-145.

 

Reading reflections due by 8am.

 

Tue

April 22

Ethnography 3

-Forsythe DE. Using ethnography to investigate life scientists’ information needs.

Bull Med Libr Assoc 1998; 86(3): 402-409.

 

Midterm distributed

Thurs

April 24

Interviews

Demiris G. Principles of survey development for telemedicine applications. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2006; 12(3): 111-115.

Tue

April 29

Observations

 

Thurs

May 1

Scenario Based Design 1

Carroll JM. Five Reasons for Scenario-Based Design. Proceedings of the 32nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences – 1999; 1-11.

 

Midterm exam due

Tue

May 6

Scenario Based Design 2

 

Submit short paragraph re: final project update to instructor

Thurs

May 8

Actor Network Theory

Journal Club:

-Williams-Jones B, Graham JE. Actor-Network Theory: a tool to support ethical analysis of commercial genetic testing. New Genetics and Society 2003; 22(3): 271-296.

-Timpka T, Bang M, Delbanco T, Walker J. Information infrastructure for inter-organizational mental health services: an actor network theory analysis of psychiatric rehabilitation. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2007; 40(4): 429-437.

 

Reading reflections due by 8am

 

Tue

May 13

Value Sensitive Design 1

-Friedman B, Freier NG. Value Sensitive Design. In KE. Fisher, S. Erdelez, EF McKechnie (Eds.) Theories of information behavior: A researcher’s guide, Medford, MJ: Information Today 2005; 368-372.

Thurs

May 15

Value Sensitive Design 2

Journal Club:

-Kahn PH, Ishiguro H, Friedman B, Kanda T. What is a Human?-Toward Psychological Benchmarks in the Field of Human-Robot Interaction. Proceedings of the 15th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication 2006; 364-371.

-Friedman B, Kahn PH, Hagman J, Severson RL, Gill B. The Watcher and the Watched: Social Judgments about Privacy in a Public Place. Human Computer Interaction 2006; 21: 235-272.

 

Reading reflections due by 8am

 

Tue

May 20

Participatory Design 1

 

Thurs

May 22

Participatory Design 2

Journal Club:

-Driedger SM, Kothari A, Morrison J, Sawada M, Crighton EJ, Graham ID. Using participatory design to develop public health decision support systems through GIS. International Journal of Health Geographics 2007; 6:53.

-Pilemalm S, Timpka T. Third generation participatory design in health informatics-making user participation applicable to large scale information system projects. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2008; 41(2): 327-339.

 

Reading reflections due by 8am

 

Tue

May 27

Guest Speaker

 

Thurs

May 29

Guest Speaker

Final project papers due

Tue

June 3

Final presentations 1

 

Thurs

June 5

Final presentations 2

Reading reflections on project papers due