Values in Design
New York University
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New York, NY 10003

Library

The library is a comprehensive bibliography of texts that relate to Values in
Design. While no bibliography is complete, the library is intended to be a
comprehensive resource on the field of Values in Design research for those
interested in a general review. You may access the library here.

Special Collections

The Special Collections are bibliographies catered to specific topics of particular
importance. These are brief, and are intended as a primer for researchers and
developers who are interested in these crucial sub-fields. They include:
VID Basics
, Security and Privacy.

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Workshop on Values in Design in Education (CHI 2014)

The aim of this one-day workshop is to share existing research and practice, and to develop new strategies and tools, for teaching values and design in HCI. Through collaborative group discussions and exercises, participants will critique and create approaches for making personal, social, and technical values a pedagogical focus in both traditional learning environments, such as classrooms and conferences, and alternative learning spaces such as design labs and workplaces. This workshop will bridge current gaps in research and practice as well as lay the groundwork for future efforts in teaching values and design in HCI.

The workshop is being proposed by Jes A. Koepfler (Maryland), Luke Stark (NYU), Paul Dourish (Irvine), Phoebe Sengers (Cornell) and Katie Shilton (Maryland); it is currently under consideration for the program of CHI 2014 (Toronto, Canada).

Courses

Looking for teaching resources related to Values in Design? Here you'll find syllabi for courses related to VID across a variety of diverse fields and in a wide range of institutions.

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Values Embodied in Information and Communication Technologies
Professor Helen Nissenbaum
Department of Media Culture and Communication
New York University

Special Topics in Technology Studies: Digital Media and Privacy
Professor Helen Nissenbaum
Department of Media Culture and Communication
New York University

Ethics and Media
Professor Helen Nissenbaum
Department of Media Culture and Communication
New York University

Values in Design
Professor Cory Knobel
School of Information Sciences
University of Pittsburgh

Mobile Technologies: Participation and Surveillance
Professor Katie Shilton
College of Information Studies
University of Maryland, College Park