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Voltar para Social Computing

Social Computing, University of California San Diego

652 classificações
87 avaliações

Informações sobre o curso

People are social creatures and the modern Internet reflects that. Technology has made collaboration at a distance possible in new ways that present their own set of challenges. This course will introduce you to the major challenges and opportunities for creating online communities. What does the future hold? Learn how social computing can create collaboration experiences that go beyond what’s possible face to face....

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por ML

Mar 10, 2016

Really interesting course. Good introduction to the dynamics of group behavior and collaboration. Nice overview of advantages of crowdsourcing, but no mention of any ethical or economic concerns.

por MI

Apr 08, 2017

Great course, very practical and a great pack of skills which will help me interpret problems better, especially ones involving multiple people (which is basically all problems.)

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por Felipe Todesco

Nov 21, 2018

I wish there were more in depth study of social networks and real life situations

por Gaurav Segan

Nov 09, 2018

While explaining the examples, the video tends to divert from the main topics. Moreover, I believe a lot more of study is required to fully grasps the fundamental through other knowledge books and not just rely on videos.

por Alfredo Hernandez

Aug 26, 2018

excellent course about understanding Social interaction

por Apostolos Papastolopoulos

Aug 06, 2018

I think this is the least interesting and relevant course out of the entire HCI specialization

por Traci Belanger

Jul 22, 2018

Learned many new things here. Math was a bit tricky, but very much enjoyed.

por ctvv3010

Jun 24, 2018

very cool projects to exercise

por Faridah Fareed

Apr 10, 2018

It's good, but it needs a lot of improvements.

The videos are not directly related to the assignment, and the assignments are not very clear!

por Stephanie B

Mar 05, 2018

The topic was interesting enough, but I actually don't feel like I learned much in this course compared to the previous two courses, especially from the assignments. The assignments don't teach or require any hands-on skill, but are mostly theoretical/analytical and not in a way that's particularly enlightening. The section on crowdsourcing is too long for the general message that's extracted in the end (ie, the interview with the Mturker was a waste of time and easily could've been reduced to less than 5 minutes with the same info). My 3-star review is a bit generous, but I rounded up because the course is essentially free.

por Sam Donaldson

Feb 08, 2018

I didn't find the course material particularly stimulating or challenging. I'm interested in the practical side of interaction design for the enterprise, and am not designing another social startup.

I grew up using social networks and this course seems better aimed at people who have less exposure to that aspect of the internet/technology.

por Mikhail Sarosek

Feb 04, 2018

Good stuff!