Computer Science 260

Title User-Interfaces to Computer Systems
Units 3
Prerequisites 162 and 164 recommended, or consent of instructor.
Description Design and implementation of user-interfaces to computer systems. Software and hardware architectures for personal workstations. Object-oriented programming systems. Form-based user-interfaces. Window and display management abstractions. Case studies of naive- and-expert-user interfaces. Students will complete a substantial project.
Sections Instructor Teaching Effectiveness How worthwhile was this course?
Fall 2011 Bjoern Hartmann 6.4 / 7 6.1 / 7
Fall 2010 Bjoern Hartmann 6.4 / 7 6.3 / 7
Spring 2009 John Canny 4.7 / 7 4.2 / 7
Fall 2006 John Canny 5.2 / 7 5.4 / 7
Spring 2003 Jennifer Mankoff 5.9 / 7 6.3 / 7
Spring 2002 John Canny 5.8 / 7 6.3 / 7
Fall 1999 James A. Landay 6.0 / 7 6.0 / 7
Spring 1998 James A. Landay 5.2 / 7 5.3 / 7
Fall 1994 Lawrence A. Rowe 4.8 / 7 4.8 / 7
Fall 1993 Lawrence A. Rowe 4.6 / 7 4.0 / 7
Spring 1992 Lawrence A. Rowe 5.0 / 7 4.5 / 7
Spring 1991 Michael A. Harrison 3.4 / 7 3.4 / 7
Overall Rating Teaching Effectiveness How worthwhile was this course?
5.3 / 7 5.2 / 7
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