CSC 090 - Healthy Computer Use for Computer Science
One Credit Not Offered 2016-2017
Healthy computer use for computer scientists using the Alexander Technique. Survey medical literature related to computer use and musculoskeletal disorders. Pathomechanics of the human-computer interface. Ergonomic conditioning, physical conditioning, mental conditioning and work conditioning. Based on the Alexander Technique: a way of uncovering and correcting mental and physical habits that lead to musculoskeletal injury.
Prerequisite(s): Open to Computer Science or Computer Engineering majors. Open to other majors with permission of the instructor.