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MFA: Interaction Design: Overview

Welcome

This guide is designed to steer the Interaction Design student to Library resources that pertain more specifically to their concentrations. If you are conducting research for a course outside of your department (e.g. Business), a different guide may be appropriate. The Library staff is also committed to helping you one-on-one for additional assistance.


First Computer Mouse by Douglas Engelbart, 1968

Find the Right Resource

Reference Sources (Encyclopedias, Dictionaries):

  • Basic overview of subject 
  • Recommendations for more in-depth information  

Books: 

  • Print or electronic
  • Analysis of an issue's context
  • Historical information  

Articles:

  • Print periodicals or article databases
  • Narrowly focused analysis
  • Current information and trends 

Images and Videos:

  • Technology instruction
  • Curated image collections give access to high quality images for research

Material Samples:

  • Available at the CML
  • Tactile interaction with textiles, metals, plastics, wood, glass, tiles, paper
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