Commit 6d8b6963 authored by Ellie's avatar Ellie

add rr4 for HCI, fix deadlines for 305

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### Week 2: Team Memo
**Deadline:** Friday, October 11, 11:59p
**Deadline:** Tuesday, January 21, 11:59p
**How to turn in:** A single well-organized `.pdf` or `.docx` file, on D2L.
Your team should prepare a **brief** memo outlining your work plan for the term. This memo should be no more than 2 pages.
Your team should prepare a brief memo outlining your work plan for the term. This memo should be no more than 2 pages.
**You should also schedule a [meeting with me](/~harmon8/faq/#meetings-with-me) for some time in weeks 3 or 4.**
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- When/how will you work outside of class? Will you have a regular meeting or schedule meetings as needed? Will you meet in person or remotely (Note! PSU offers free use of Zoom meetings now!)
- What tools will you use to collaborate on writing: e.g., will you use Google Docs to draft text, and provide feedback to each other there? If not, what is your alternative plan?
- Who will be your designated turn-in person to upload the file to D2L? How will they let the rest of you know it is complete?
- **Project Timeline** including individual responsibilities. What are all the things that need to be done so that you will be ready to turn in your bibliography on October 28 (start of class, week 5)? Who will take the lead on each of these tasks? Who will take the lead on motivating and coordinating the group, making sure everyone else has done their part?
- **Project Timeline** including individual responsibilities. What are all the things that need to be done so that you will be ready to turn in your bibliography on February 6? Who will take the lead on each of these tasks? Who will take the lead on motivating and coordinating the group, making sure everyone else has done their part?
#### Grading Rubric
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Preparing an annotated bibliography should be a useful step on the way to writing your final paper. If you do it well, you should be able to save yourself the time later of going back to re-read any of your sources when it's time to actually write. Think of your future self and your team-mates as the audience for your entries. What will you want to reference from this source when you're writing in the future? What should your team-mates know about it?
**Deadline:** Monday, October 28, 11:59p.
**Deadline:** Thursday, February 6, 11:59p.
**How to turn in:** A single well-organized `.pdf` or `.docx` file, to D2L
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### Week 6: 5-minute presentation
In class in week 6, each team will present their in-progress research work. You will then have an opportunity to get feedback and questions from your peers in advance of turning in your Case Analysis at the beginning of Week 8.
In class in week 6, each team will present their in-progress research work. You will then have an opportunity to get feedback and questions from your peers in advance of turning in your Case Analysis in week 8.
**Deadline:** 4p, Monday, November 4.
**Deadline:** 4p, Thursday, February 13.
**How to turn in:**
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### Week 8: Case Analysis
**Deadline:** Monday, November 18, 11:59p.
**Deadline:** Thursday, February 27, 11:59p.
**How to turn in:** Turn in a single, well-organized `.pdf` or `.docx` to D2L.
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### Week 10: 10-minute presentation
**Deadline:** noon, Monday, December 2
**Deadline:** 4p, Thursday, March 12
**How to turn in:**
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In this assignment you will revise your case analysis as needed based on feedback from the prior assignment, and additionally make an argument that responds to the questions you identified in your case analysis taking a stand on the ethical issues and proposing some action/response to the situation.
**Deadline:** Wednesday, December 11, 11:59p
**Deadline:** Friday, March 20, 11:59p
**How to turn in:** Upload a single, well-organized `.pdf` or `.docx` to D2L.
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In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days) and bring it to class _on paper_. If you turn in your response by _noon_ on D2L, I will print it for you. Otherwise, you are responsible for printing it. I will only grade the printed version. There is no need to turn it in on D2L unless you just want me to print it.
In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days) and bring it to class _on paper_. If you email your response to me by _noon_, I will print it for you. Otherwise, you are responsible for printing it. I will only grade the printed version. There is no need to email it to me unless you just need me to print it.
This reflection must include three parts:
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Privacy, Speech, Data
- **Choose one area**, and read/watch everything in that sublist:
- **Choose one area**, and read/watch everything in that sublist [Complete a reading response before class](../readings/):
- Privacy (Read both):
- Warren, Samuel D., and Louis D. Brandeis. 1890. “The Right to Privacy.” _Harvard Law Review_, vol. 4, no. 5. pp. 193–220. <http://jstor.org/stable/1321160> or <http://groups.csail.mit.edu/mac/classes/6.805/articles/privacy/Privacy_brand_warr2.html>
- Rejouis, Gabrielle M. 2019. “Why Is It OK for Employers to Constantly Surveil Workers?” _Slate Magazine_, September 2, 2019. <https://slate.com/technology/2019/09/labor-day-worker-surveillance-privacy-rights.html>
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**Due: Annotated Bibliography, 11:59p**
- Read before class (choose _any 2_):
- Read before class (choose _any 2_) and [complete a reading response before class](../readings/):
- "Will Frank. 2015. “IP-Rimer: A Basic Explanation of Intellectual Property.” Medium (Personal Blog), November 2015. <http://medium.com/@scifantasy/ip-rimer-a-basic-explanation-of-intellectual-property-9be6f0ce6711>
- Review: <https://opensource.org/faq>
- Cherry, Miriam A. 2014. “A Eulogy for the EULA.” Duquesne University Law Review 52 (2): 335–44. Official version: <https://issuu.com/duquesnelaw/docs/52.2?e=15059800/58167323> Also available at: <https://scholarship.law.slu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1012&context=faculty>
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Work & Automation
- Read before class (choose one area, then read/watch that sublist as directed):
- Read before class (choose one area, then read/watch that sublist as directed) and [complete a reading response before class](../readings/):
- **Area Choice 1: Automation** (Choose _one_. They're the same. Book chapter version or podcast/presentation version.):
- The reading option: Eubanks, Virginia. 2018. “Automating Eligibility in the Heartland,” chapter 2 from Automating Inequality [PDF](https://drive.google.com/open?id=1MfmLlVFaBg80OkXnW1wnudnGgtPNpKOe)
- The video option: Eubanks, Virginia. 2018. _Automating Inequality_, Databite No. 106: Virginia Eubanks, Alondria Nelson, Julia Angwin. <https://datasociety.net/events/databite-no-106-automating-inequality-virginia-eubanks-in-conversation-with-alondra-nelson-and-julia-angwin/>
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**Due: Case Analysis Draft, 11:59p**
- Read before class (2 total, one from each list):
- Read before class (2 total, one from each list) and [complete a reading response before class](../readings/):
- Choose 1 from this list:
- Nancy G. Leveson. 2017. “The Therac-25: 30 Years Later.” _IEEE Computer_. pp. 8-11. <http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel7/2/8102264/08102762.pdf>
- Travis, Gregory. “How The Boeing 737 Max Disaster Looks To A Software Developer - IEEE Spectrum.” _IEEE Spectrum: Technology, Engineering, and Science News_, April 18, 2019. <https://spectrum.ieee.org/aerospace/aviation/how-the-boeing-737-max-disaster-looks-to-a-software-developer>.
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Taking Action
- Read before class (_Choose any two_):
- Read before class (_Choose any two_) and [complete a reading response before class](../readings/):
- Joan C. Williams and Sky Mihaylo. 2019. "How the Best Bosses Interrupt Bias on Their Teams" _Harvard Business Review_ <https://hbr.org/2019/11/how-the-best-bosses-interrupt-bias-on-their-teams>
- Lou Moore. 2017. “Engineering Principles at Code for America.” _Medium (Code For America Blog)_, July 2017. <http://medium.com/code-for-america/engineering-principles-at-code-for-america-bda7b99740de>.
- Interviews by Cameron Bird, Sean Captain, Elise Craig, Haley Cohen Gilliland and Joy Shan. 2019. “The Tech Revolt.” _California Sunday Magazine_. <https://story.californiasunday.com/tech-revolt>
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Here is an example of a good answer to the reflection: _Our team’s project is about family communication. In family life, family members often value ‘togetherness.’ This value is about spending time or being with another family member, and feeling connected. People sometimes enact this value by turning off their phones around the dinner table in order to feel more present and in the moment with other family members. Other times people enact this value by using their phones to share a photo with someone who cannot be present. The same technology (a phone) can be both supportive of this value (when people use it to share pictures), and can threaten this value (when people feel it is distracting)._
#### RR4: TBA
#### RR4: Problems & Solutions
**Due**: Week 4, Meeting 2
**Link**: <https://portlandstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2fRj80levpPZGT3>
**Readings**:
- Baumer, Eric P S, and M Six Silberman. 2011. "When the Implication Is Not to Design (Technology)." In *Proc. CHI 2011*, 2271--2274. CHI '11. Vancouver, BC, Canada: ACM. <https://dl-acm-org.proxy.lib.pdx.edu/citation.cfm?doid=1978942.1979275>.
- Sullivan, Paul. 2014. “Stop Jumping to Solutions and Think About the Problem.” ThoughtWorks (blog). October 27, 2014. <https://www.thoughtworks.com/insights/blog/you-need-understand-problem>.
1. Summarize Baumer & Silberman’s argument for why we should not always frame design in terms of problems and solutions.
2. In “When the Implication is Not to Design (Technology),” Eric Baumer and Six Silberman present a set of three specific questions. State and then answer each of these questions with regards to your design project.
3. In the closing section, “Arguments for Practice,” Baumer and Silberman conclude with 5 implications for HCI practitioners. Choose one of these, summarize it, and explain why or how it might be applied to some real world technology that you are familiar with.
4. In the second article you read, Paul Sullivan emphasizes the importance of identifying a problem. Briefly explain why problem identification is important from Sullivan’s perspective?
5. What do you think Baumer & Silberman would say in response to Sullivan’s article? Do they think problem identification as Sullivan describes it is necessarily bad? How would you describe the fundamental conflict between the two articles?
6. Thinking across both readings for today, identify one new question you have or one takeaway for you from these readings. Why is this question or takeaway important to you? Does it relate to previous course readings or discussions at all?
#### RR5: TBA
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#### Meeting 2: Problems
- Read Before Class [[RR4](#)]: <!-- TODO: RR4 survey -->
- Read Before Class [[RR4](https://portlandstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2fRj80levpPZGT3)]:
- Baumer, Eric P S, and M Six Silberman. 2011. "When the Implication Is Not to Design (Technology)." In *Proc. CHI 2011*, 2271--2274. CHI '11. Vancouver, BC, Canada: ACM. <https://dl-acm-org.proxy.lib.pdx.edu/citation.cfm?doid=1978942.1979275>.
- Sullivan, Paul. 2014. “Stop Jumping to Solutions and Think About the Problem.” ThoughtWorks (blog). October 27, 2014. <https://www.thoughtworks.com/insights/blog/you-need-understand-problem>.
- In Class:
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<p><em>If you do not participate or are not present in class, you will receive a 0 for this assignment.</em></p>
<h3 id="week-2-team-memo">Week 2: Team Memo</h3>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> Friday, October 11, 11:59p</p>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> Tuesday, January 21, 11:59p</p>
<p><strong>How to turn in:</strong> A single well-organized <code>.pdf</code> or <code>.docx</code> file, on D2L.</p>
<p>Your team should prepare a <strong>brief</strong> memo outlining your work plan for the term. This memo should be no more than 2 pages.</p>
<p>Your team should prepare a brief memo outlining your work plan for the term. This memo should be no more than 2 pages.</p>
<p><strong>You should also schedule a <a href="/~harmon8/faq/#meetings-with-me">meeting with me</a> for some time in weeks 3 or 4.</strong></p>
<h4 id="specification-1">Specification</h4>
<ul>
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</ul>
</li>
<li>
<p><strong>Project Timeline</strong> including individual responsibilities. What are all the things that need to be done so that you will be ready to turn in your bibliography on October 28 (start of class, week 5)? Who will take the lead on each of these tasks? Who will take the lead on motivating and coordinating the group, making sure everyone else has done their part?</p>
<p><strong>Project Timeline</strong> including individual responsibilities. What are all the things that need to be done so that you will be ready to turn in your bibliography on February 6? Who will take the lead on each of these tasks? Who will take the lead on motivating and coordinating the group, making sure everyone else has done their part?</p>
</li>
</ul>
<h4 id="grading-rubric-1">Grading Rubric</h4>
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<h3 id="week-5-annotated-bibliography">Week 5: Annotated Bibliography</h3>
<p>For this milestone, you will compile an annotated bibliography with at least <strong>six</strong> references in it that you will use in your final paper. (Your final paper will need to include at least 9 or 12 references (see <a href="#finals-week-final-proposal">Final Proposal</a>).</p>
<p>Preparing an annotated bibliography should be a useful step on the way to writing your final paper. If you do it well, you should be able to save yourself the time later of going back to re-read any of your sources when it's time to actually write. Think of your future self and your team-mates as the audience for your entries. What will you want to reference from this source when you're writing in the future? What should your team-mates know about it?</p>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> Monday, October 28, 11:59p.</p>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> Thursday, February 6, 11:59p.</p>
<p><strong>How to turn in:</strong> A single well-organized <code>.pdf</code> or <code>.docx</code> file, to D2L</p>
<h4 id="specification-2">Specification</h4>
<p>Prepare a single <code>.pdf</code> or <code>.docx</code> that includes:</p>
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</li>
</ul>
<h3 id="week-6-5-minute-presentation">Week 6: 5-minute presentation</h3>
<p>In class in week 6, each team will present their in-progress research work. You will then have an opportunity to get feedback and questions from your peers in advance of turning in your Case Analysis at the beginning of Week 8.</p>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> 4p, Monday, November 4.</p>
<p>In class in week 6, each team will present their in-progress research work. You will then have an opportunity to get feedback and questions from your peers in advance of turning in your Case Analysis in week 8.</p>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> 4p, Thursday, February 13.</p>
<p><strong>How to turn in:</strong></p>
<ol>
<li>Upload your slide deck in <code>.pdf</code> or <code>.pptx</code> format to D2L.</li>
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<li>If you do not give your presentation, but you do turn in a complete slide deck, you will receive 1 point.</li>
</ul>
<h3 id="week-8-case-analysis">Week 8: Case Analysis</h3>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> Monday, November 18, 11:59p.</p>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> Thursday, February 27, 11:59p.</p>
<p><strong>How to turn in:</strong> Turn in a single, well-organized <code>.pdf</code> or <code>.docx</code> to D2L.</p>
<p>Please review the below case analysis about pharmaceutical pricing in order to see an example of what each section would look like in a well-written and high quality analysis.</p>
<ul>
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<!-- TODO: Update grading rubric, now worth 15 points -->
<!-- [PDF](https://drive.google.com/open?id=1604Dn0mhdzLetL1MfvsVlyCk5gcDrnWr) -->
<h3 id="week-10-10-minute-presentation">Week 10: 10-minute presentation</h3>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> noon, Monday, December 2</p>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> 4p, Thursday, March 12</p>
<p><strong>How to turn in:</strong></p>
<ol>
<li>Upload your slide deck in <code>.pdf</code> or <code>.pptx</code> format to D2L.</li>
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</ul>
<h3 id="finals-week-final-proposal">Finals Week: Final Proposal</h3>
<p>In this assignment you will revise your case analysis as needed based on feedback from the prior assignment, and additionally make an argument that responds to the questions you identified in your case analysis taking a stand on the ethical issues and proposing some action/response to the situation.</p>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> Wednesday, December 11, 11:59p</p>
<p><strong>Deadline:</strong> Friday, March 20, 11:59p</p>
<p><strong>How to turn in:</strong> Upload a single, well-organized <code>.pdf</code> or <code>.docx</code> to D2L.</p>
<h4 id="specification-6">Specification</h4>
<p><strong>Length:</strong></p>
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<div class="is-col is-66">
<h2>Reading Reflections</h2>
<p>In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days) and bring it to class <em>on paper</em>. If you turn in your response by <em>noon</em> on D2L, I will print it for you. Otherwise, you are responsible for printing it. I will only grade the printed version. There is no need to turn it in on D2L unless you just want me to print it.</p>
<p>In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days) and bring it to class <em>on paper</em>. If you email your response to me by <em>noon</em>, I will print it for you. Otherwise, you are responsible for printing it. I will only grade the printed version. There is no need to email it to me unless you just need me to print it.</p>
<p>This reflection must include three parts:</p>
<ol>
<li><em><strong>Summary</strong></em> (100-300 words): Identify the central question or problem of each reading and summarize the author's answer and the main pieces of evidence they use to back up their argument. This portion of the response should convince me that you actually <em>did the reading</em>.</li>
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<h3 id="week-4">Week 4</h3>
<p>Privacy, Speech, Data</p>
<ul>
<li><strong>Choose one area</strong>, and read/watch everything in that sublist:
<li><strong>Choose one area</strong>, and read/watch everything in that sublist <a href="../readings/">Complete a reading response before class</a>:
<ul>
<li>Privacy (Read both):
<ul>
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<p><strong>Due: Annotated Bibliography, 11:59p</strong></p>
<ul>
<li>
<p>Read before class (choose <em>any 2</em>):</p>
<p>Read before class (choose <em>any 2</em>) and <a href="../readings/">complete a reading response before class</a>:</p>
<ul>
<li>&ldquo;Will Frank. 2015. “IP-Rimer: A Basic Explanation of Intellectual Property.” Medium (Personal Blog), November 2015. <a href="http://medium.com/@scifantasy/ip-rimer-a-basic-explanation-of-intellectual-property-9be6f0ce6711">http://medium.com/@scifantasy/ip-rimer-a-basic-explanation-of-intellectual-property-9be6f0ce6711</a></li>
<li>Review: <a href="https://opensource.org/faq">https://opensource.org/faq</a></li>
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<h3 id="week-7">Week 7</h3>
<p>Work &amp; Automation</p>
<ul>
<li>Read before class (choose one area, then read/watch that sublist as directed):
<li>Read before class (choose one area, then read/watch that sublist as directed) and <a href="../readings/">complete a reading response before class</a>:
<ul>
<li><strong>Area Choice 1: Automation</strong> (Choose <em>one</em>. They're the same. Book chapter version or podcast/presentation version.):
<ul>
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<p><strong>Due: Case Analysis Draft, 11:59p</strong></p>
<ul>
<li>
<p>Read before class (2 total, one from each list):</p>
<p>Read before class (2 total, one from each list) and <a href="../readings/">complete a reading response before class</a>:</p>
<ul>
<li>Choose 1 from this list:
<ul>
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<p>Taking Action</p>
<ul>
<li>
<p>Read before class (<em>Choose any two</em>):</p>
<p>Read before class (<em>Choose any two</em>) and <a href="../readings/">complete a reading response before class</a>:</p>
<ul>
<li>Joan C. Williams and Sky Mihaylo. 2019. &ldquo;How the Best Bosses Interrupt Bias on Their Teams&rdquo; <em>Harvard Business Review</em> <a href="https://hbr.org/2019/11/how-the-best-bosses-interrupt-bias-on-their-teams">https://hbr.org/2019/11/how-the-best-bosses-interrupt-bias-on-their-teams</a></li>
<li>Lou Moore. 2017. “Engineering Principles at Code for America.” <em>Medium (Code For America Blog)</em>, July 2017. <a href="http://medium.com/code-for-america/engineering-principles-at-code-for-america-bda7b99740de">http://medium.com/code-for-america/engineering-principles-at-code-for-america-bda7b99740de</a>.</li>
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<li><a href="#rr1-reading-hci-papers">RR1: Reading HCI Papers</a></li>
<li><a href="#rr2-hci--research-ethics">RR2: HCI + Research Ethics</a></li>
<li><a href="#rr3-values">RR3: Values</a></li>
<li><a href="#rr4-tba">RR4: TBA</a></li>
<li><a href="#rr4-problems--solutions">RR4: Problems & Solutions</a></li>
<li><a href="#rr5-tba">RR5: TBA</a></li>
<li><a href="#rr6-tba">RR6: TBA</a></li>
<li><a href="#rr7-tba">RR7: TBA</a></li>
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<p>Here is an example of a good answer to the reflection: <em>Our team’s project is about family communication. In family life, family members often value ‘togetherness.’ This value is about spending time or being with another family member, and feeling connected. People sometimes enact this value by turning off their phones around the dinner table in order to feel more present and in the moment with other family members. Other times people enact this value by using their phones to share a photo with someone who cannot be present. The same technology (a phone) can be both supportive of this value (when people use it to share pictures), and can threaten this value (when people feel it is distracting).</em></p>
</li>
</ol>
<h4 id="rr4-tba">RR4: TBA</h4>
<h4 id="rr4-problems--solutions">RR4: Problems &amp; Solutions</h4>
<p><strong>Due</strong>: Week 4, Meeting 2</p>
<p><strong>Link</strong>: <a href="https://portlandstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2fRj80levpPZGT3">https://portlandstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2fRj80levpPZGT3</a></p>
<p><strong>Readings</strong>:</p>
<ul>
<li>Baumer, Eric P S, and M Six Silberman. 2011. &ldquo;When the Implication Is Not to Design (Technology).&rdquo; In <em>Proc. CHI 2011</em>, 2271&ndash;2274. CHI &lsquo;11. Vancouver, BC, Canada: ACM. <a href="https://dl-acm-org.proxy.lib.pdx.edu/citation.cfm?doid=1978942.1979275">https://dl-acm-org.proxy.lib.pdx.edu/citation.cfm?doid=1978942.1979275</a>.</li>
<li>Sullivan, Paul. 2014. “Stop Jumping to Solutions and Think About the Problem.” ThoughtWorks (blog). October 27, 2014. <a href="https://www.thoughtworks.com/insights/blog/you-need-understand-problem">https://www.thoughtworks.com/insights/blog/you-need-understand-problem</a>.</li>
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<li>Summarize Baumer &amp; Silberman’s argument for why we should not always frame design in terms of problems and solutions.</li>
<li>In “When the Implication is Not to Design (Technology),” Eric Baumer and Six Silberman present a set of three specific questions. State and then answer each of these questions with regards to your design project.</li>
<li>In the closing section, “Arguments for Practice,” Baumer and Silberman conclude with 5 implications for HCI practitioners. Choose one of these, summarize it, and explain why or how it might be applied to some real world technology that you are familiar with.</li>
<li>In the second article you read, Paul Sullivan emphasizes the importance of identifying a problem. Briefly explain why problem identification is important from Sullivan’s perspective?</li>
<li>What do you think Baumer &amp; Silberman would say in response to Sullivan’s article? Do they think problem identification as Sullivan describes it is necessarily bad? How would you describe the fundamental conflict between the two articles?</li>
<li>Thinking across both readings for today, identify one new question you have or one takeaway for you from these readings. Why is this question or takeaway important to you? Does it relate to previous course readings or discussions at all?</li>
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<li>Baumer, Eric P S, and M Six Silberman. 2011. &ldquo;When the Implication Is Not to Design (Technology).&rdquo; In <em>Proc. CHI 2011</em>, 2271&ndash;2274. CHI &lsquo;11. Vancouver, BC, Canada: ACM. <a href="https://dl-acm-org.proxy.lib.pdx.edu/citation.cfm?doid=1978942.1979275">https://dl-acm-org.proxy.lib.pdx.edu/citation.cfm?doid=1978942.1979275</a>.</li>
<li>Sullivan, Paul. 2014. “Stop Jumping to Solutions and Think About the Problem.” ThoughtWorks (blog). October 27, 2014. <a href="https://www.thoughtworks.com/insights/blog/you-need-understand-problem">https://www.thoughtworks.com/insights/blog/you-need-understand-problem</a>.</li>
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<description>In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days) and bring it to class on paper. If you turn in your response by noon on D2L, I will print it for you. Otherwise, you are responsible for printing it. I will only grade the printed version. There is no need to turn it in on D2L unless you just want me to print it.</description>
<description>In order to prepare for our class discussions you will write a brief reading reflection before each class meeting (except presentation days) and bring it to class on paper. If you email your response to me by noon, I will print it for you. Otherwise, you are responsible for printing it. I will only grade the printed version. There is no need to email it to me unless you just need me to print it.</description>
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