Moira Norrie: Katalogdaten im Frühjahrssemester 2018

NameFrau Prof. em. Dr. Moira Norrie
LehrgebietInformatik
E-Mailnorrie@inf.ethz.ch
URLhttp://www.globis.ethz.ch
DepartementInformatik
BeziehungProfessorin emerita

NummerTitelECTSUmfangDozierende
252-0807-00LInformation Systems Laboratory Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Maximale Teilnehmerzahl: 12

Im Masterstudium können zusätzlich zu den Vertiefungsübergreifenden Fächern nur max. 10 Kreditpunkte über Laboratorien erarbeitet werden. Weitere Laboratorien werden auf dem Beiblatt aufgeführt.
10 KP9PM. Norrie
KurzbeschreibungThe purpose of this laboratory course is to practically explore modern techniques to build large-scale distributed information systems. Participants will work in groups of three or more students, and develop projects in several phases.
LernzielThe students will gain experience of working with technologies used in the design and development of information systems.
InhaltFirst week: Kick-off meeting and project assignment
Second week: Meeting with the project supervisor to discuss the goals and scope of the project.
During the semester: Individual group work. Each team member should contribute to the project roughly about 10h/week, excluding any necessary reading or self-studying (e.g. the time spent to learn a new technology). In addition, it is expected that each team can meet with their supervisor on a regular basis.
End of semester: Final presentation.
252-3100-00LComputer Supported Cooperative Work Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Maximale Teilnehmerzahl: 12

Findet zum letzten Mal statt.
2 KP2SM. Norrie
KurzbeschreibungIm Forschungsbereich "computerunterstütztes kooperatives Arbeiten" (CSCW) steht die Zusammenarbeit von Benutzern mittels EDV-Technologie im Mittelpunkt des Interesses. Es handelt sich dabei um multidisziplinäre Forschung welche soziale, theoretische, praktische und technische Aspekte von Zusammenarbeit mit einschliesst.
LernzielComputer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) is the study of how people work together using computer technology. It is a multi-disciplinary research field dealing with the social, theoretical, practical and technical aspects of collaboration and how the use of technology can affect groups, organisations, communities and societies. The CSCW community is interested in how people use everyday tools such as email, the web and chat systems as well as specialist groupware applications that support groups of people engaged in shared tasks such as software development or product design. A better understanding of how people communicate and work together can in turn lead to a better understanding of the problems of current technologies and systems and influence the design of new technologies and tools.