[Asis-l] User Experience Design (UXD) online degree -- learn more at Feb. 27 virtual open house!
fcunning at kent.edu
Tue Feb 19 09:05:36 EST 2013
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If you've thought about getting a master's degree to pursue a career in User Experience Design (UXD) but couldn't find time to get to class, you'll be happy to learn that you can now earn your degree COMPLETELY ONLINE from Kent State University.
User Experience Design (UXD) is offered as a 36-credit-hour concentration in Kent State University's Master of Science in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management (IAKM) program. Our graduates have gone on to successful careers at Google, American Greetings and Progressive Insurance, among many other major companies.
UX designers engage in a variety of design activities that help produce interfaces that users enjoy using and that also help organizations meet business goals. UXD addresses the structural, informational, psychological and emotional aspects of what makes a successful user interface, whether it's web, mobile, tablet or any other device.
Join us for a free interactive, online open house on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at noon to learn more about the degree program, course scheduling and career opportunities in this field. You'll hear from David Robins, Ph.D., concentration coordinator, and from Rachel Von Hendrix, a current student in the program. You'll also be able to ask questions in real time.
Register for the online open house at http://bit.ly/UXD-27feb2013. You'll receive a link to the webinar the day before the event. The session will be recorded and posted to our website for later viewing, if you are unable to attend the live presentation.
For more information about the UX program at Kent State, visit http://iakm.kent.edu/user-experience-design/.
All the best,
Marketing Communications and Public Relations Specialist
School of Library and Information Science
Kent State University
fcunning at kent.edu<mailto:fcunning at kent.edu>
I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library. -- Jorge Luis Borges
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