National Taiwan Normal University Course Outline
Fall , 2021

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I.Course information
Serial No. 0513 Course Level Master
Course Code ISM0638 Chinese Course Name 人機互動與社群運算研究
Course Name Research in Human-Computer Interaction and Social Computing
Department Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
Two/one semester 1 Req. / Sel. Sel.
Credits 3.0 Lecturing hours Lecture hours: 3
Prerequisite Course ◎1. This is a cross-level course and is available for junior and senior undergraduate students, master's students and PhD students. 2. If the listed course is a doctroal level course, it is only available for master's students and PhD students.
Course Description
Time / Location Thur. 7-9 Main 25-01
Curriculum Goals Corresponding to the Departmental Core Goal
1. 透過相關理論或主題瞭解人機互動與社群運算相關理論與應用 Master:
 1-3 Explore information user and the theory and methodology of information use
 1-4 Explore theories and methodology of information communication
 4-1 Develop people-centered thinking and value knowledge. Facilitate the freedom and the usability of knowledge with information technology and innovative services
2. 培養批判分析的能力,以及如何應用理論檢視科技使用現象的技巧 Master:
 2-1 Ability to analyze and solve problems
 2-2 Ability to manage and utilize digital and Internet technology
 2-3 Ability to plan and evaluate information system
3. 了解不同研究方法的利弊,並有能力鑑別科技設計、應用與其內容 Master:
 3-1 Learn independently and being innovative and adaptable
 3-2 Be passionate and think positively
 3-4 Respect diversity and have international perspective

II. General Syllabus
Instructor(s) YUAN,Qian-Wen/ 袁千雯



  • 資訊科技是否會取代傳統媒介,如面對面傳播或是大眾、電訊傳播等,作為主要溝通的工具?
  • 資訊科技如行動資訊科技如何影響社會?
  • 由於科技的發展與網路的普遍性,是否導致現代社會更為疏離?




  • 透過相關理論或主題瞭解人機互動與社群運算相關理論與應用
  • 培養批判分析的能力,以及如何應用理論檢視科技使用現象的技巧
  • 了解不同研究方法的利弊,並有能力鑑別科技設計、應用與其內容
Lecturing Methodologies
Methods Notes
Formal lecture  
Group discussion  
Case studies  
Grading assessment
Methods Percentage Notes
Assignments 40 %  
Class discussion involvement 25 %  
Attendances 10 %  
Presentation 25 %  
Required and Recommended Texts/Readings with References