Welcome to the library resource guide for Human Computer Interaction (HCI) at Carleton University. Scroll down to the Reference Materials section to find Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, and Handbooks.
Get background information from handbooks, encyclopedias, dictionaries.
Dictionaries and Encyclopedias
- Handbook of usability testing [electronic resource] : how to plan, design, and conduct effective tests, second edition / Jeff Rubin, Dana Chisnell.
- The human-computer interaction handbook [electronic resource] : fundamentals, evolving technologies, and emerging applications / edited by Andrew Sears and Julie A. Jacko.
- Handbook of human centric visualization [electronic resource] / Weidong Huang, editor ; forword by Peter Eades.
Once your topic is narrowly defined, select databases to find specific articles that have been published in journals.
- Dissertations and Theses Global
- Google Scholar
- Web of Science Core Collection
- Wiley Online Journals
- Human-computer interaction [electronic resource]
- International journal of human-computer studies [electronic resource]
- ACM Interactions
- Interacting with Computers [electronic resource].
- User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction [electronic resource].
- ACM transactions on computer-human interaction : a publication of the Association for Computing Machinery.
- Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology: JASIST
- Applied ergonomics.
- Computers in Human Behavior [electronic resource].
- IEEE pervasive computing [electronic resource].
- IEEE transactions on haptics [electronic resource]
- International journal of human-computer interaction [electronic resource].
- Personal and Ubiquitous Computing [electronic resource].
- Behaviour & information technology [electronic resource].
Find books on your topic to gain greater depth and understanding.
Books and Serials on HCI are shelved at these locations in the Library of Congress system:
- BF1-990 Psychology New Titles
- HM1-1281 Sociology New Titles
- QA71-90 Computer science New Titles
- T1-995 Technology (General) New Titles
- TA1-2040 Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General) New Titles
- TR1-1050 Photography New Titles
- Z665-718.8 Library & information sciences New Titles
We welcome your suggestions for books or other library materials you need for your study or research at Carleton.
- Google Books >Human Computer Interaction
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- New trends on human-computer interaction [electronic resource] : research, development, new tools and methods / José A. Macías, Toni Granollers, Pedro Latorre Andrés ; foreword by Angel Puerta.
- End user development [electronic resource] / edited by Henry Lieberman, Fabio Paternò and Volker Wulf.
- About face 3 [electronic resource] : the essentials of interaction design / Alan Cooper, Robert Reimann, and Dave Cronin.
- The design of everyday things [electronic resource] / Donald A. Norman.
- Software for use [electronic resource] : a practical guide to the models and methods of usage-centered design / Larry L. Constantine, Lucy A.D, Lockwood.
- Developing user interfaces [electronic resource] : ensuring usability through product & process / Deborah Hix, H. Rex Hartson.
- The usability engineering lifecycle [electronic resource] : a practioner's handbook for user interface design / Deborah J. Mayhew.
- Affective computing [electronic resource] / Rosalind W. Picard .
- Affective interactions; toward a new generation of computer interfaces.
- Emotions in Humans and Artifacts [electronic resource] / Robert Trappl, Paolo Petta and Sabine Payr (Eds.)
- Affective dialogue systems : tutorial and research workshop, ADS 2004, Kloster Irsee, Germany, June 14-16, 2004 ; proceedings / Elisabeth Andrâe ... [et al.].
- .NET internationalization [electronic resource] : the developer's guide to building global Windows and Web applications / Guy Smith-Ferrier.
- Human-Computer Interaction: Third Ed. Alan Dix, Janel Finlay, Gregory Abowd, Russel Beale
- The essential guide to user interface design [electronic resource] : an introduction to GUI design principles and techniques / Wilbert O. Galitz.
- Measuring the user experience [electronic resource] : collecting, analyzing, and presenting usability metrics / Tom Tullis, Bill Albert.
- Paper prototyping [electronic resource] : the fast and easy way to design and refine user interfaces / Carolyn Snyder.
- Interaction design [electronic resource] : beyond human-computer interaction / [Yvonne] Rogers, [Helen] Sharp, [Jenny] Preece.
- GUI bloopers 2.0 [electronic resource] : common user interface design don'ts and dos / Jeff Johnson.
- The inmates are running the asylum [electronic resource] / Alan Cooper.
- Sketching user experiences [electronic resource] : getting the design right and the right design / Bill Buxton.
Suggested Subject Headings:
- Affective Interaction
- Critical Approaches to Qualitative Inquiry
- Discrete-Event Modelling and Simulation
- End-User Development
- Experimental Methods and Statistics
- HCI Design and Evaluation
- Interaction Design
- Interactive Entertainment Technologies
- Object Oriented Software Development
- Research methods in HCI
- Software and User Interface Development
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