26 July 2019
Universal Design Fieldwork (International mobility)
The main topic in this course is the design, evaluation, and testing of new and emerging user interfaces in international settings. This is developed in accordance with principles for universal accessibility and acquired through many practical exercises coupled with lectures presenting theories relevant to the field.
The course will also provide both theoretical principles of Universal Design and hands-on experience on how to design and evaluate ICT systems using these principles.
This course is a fieldwork course that involves 12 weeks in-person instruction in a country outside of Norway.
It will be offered on both Bachelor and Master level.
The OsloMet International Summer School offers courses to students from any discipline with an interest to learn more about technology and about how to incorporate it into their respective disciplines and professions. In addition to intensive classes, you will get the opportunity to learn in an international, innovative and collaborative environment while making friends and growing your international professional network. The program will consist of active group work, excursions and an innovation camp to strengthen the learning as well as the social outcome of your summer!
For more information and the chance to sign up, please follow the link to our home page.
Students from any field, age and country are welcome to apply! The Summer School is hosted by the Department of Computer Science under the Faculty of Technology, Art and Design at Oslo Metropolitan University. Please check the home page for information regarding prerequisites for this course.
NOK 1000: All participants at OsloMet International Summer School must pay a summer school fee of 1000 NOK.
This covers participation, arrival service, welcome pack, social program, and excursions.
For this course see more information on the home page for extra costs concerning the field work.