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comments for future readings/classes

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#### C+S Discussion 1: Passwords & Security
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**Discussion date:** Week 4, meeting 2.
**Readings:**
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#### Monday, October 7
Why Ethics?
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**Due: 30-second intro + topic pitch, in class**
- Read before class:
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#### Monday, November 18
Security & Reliability
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**Due: Case Analysis Draft, 11:59p**
- Read before class (2 total):
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All readings are required unless noted otherwise. Other notations include:
- "Optional" -- readings will be discussed in class, but you are not required
to have read them in advance of the meeting. I recommend skimming these
pieces before class, and you may want to refer back to them later if you
have questions after the class discussion.
- "Reference" -- reference material (often from a textbook) that may be useful
for reviewing to better understand class concepts, or returning to at a
later date if you are working on a project in a future class or work
context. These may be referred to in class, but will not necessarily be
discussed in detail.
- Some reference materials are noted specifically as "Project Reference" or
"Sketching Reference." These selections will be minimally discussed in
class, but may be useful to refer to in completing your project and/or
sketching assignments.
- "Design Principle" -- Each day, we will begin class by reviewing one or two
design principles from the following book. You should consider purchasing this
book if you would like to have your own reference to these materials.
- "Optional" -- readings will be discussed in class, but you are not required to have read them in advance of the meeting. I recommend skimming these pieces before class, and you may want to refer back to them later if you have questions after the class discussion.
- "Reference" -- reference material (often from a textbook) that may be useful for reviewing to better understand class concepts, or returning to at a later date if you are working on a project in a future class or work context. These may be referred to in class, but will not necessarily be discussed in detail.
- Some reference materials are noted specifically as "Project Reference" or "Sketching Reference." These selections will be minimally discussed in class, but may be useful to refer to in completing your project and/or sketching assignments.
- "Design Principle" -- Each day, we will begin class by reviewing one or two design principles from the following book. You should consider purchasing this book if you would like to have your own reference to these materials.
- {% reference Lidwell:2010 %}
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identifier: "hci-202001-schedule"
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| Week | Meeting 1 | Meeting 2 | Sunday, 11:59 |
|:--|:--|:--|:--|
| [1](#week-1) | Observing | Project Intro [RR1](#) | |
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