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Value Sensitive Design (Undergraduate, Elective, 5 credit hours)

Introduction to value sensitive design (VSD), information system design that accounts for human values in a principled and comprehensive manner. Examination of existing systems from a VSD perspective. Explores VSD research methods including conceptual, technical, empirical investigations. Key values include accountability, autonomy, consent, privacy, property, trust, sustainability. Class is hosted on the Canvas learning platform (session: Spring 2019)
David Hendry, Value Sensitive Design Lab, The Information School, University of Washington.
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Value Sensitive Design (Graduate, Elective, 4 credit hours)

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