These pages provide additional resources for various aspects of this course. Please add links to the appropriate pages or create additional pages with other good resources.
Other places to look for resources include:
The Society for Technical Communication's Usability and User Experience Community has an enormous number of resources on various usability topics
The EU's Usability Net is also a great resource with succinct definitions of a lot of terms and tools....(Look under methods)
The US Department of Health and Human Services also has a usability site
Information and Design is a consulting firm in Australia; their web site has some excellent resources.
The Usability Methods Toolbox is stale, but it has some good succinct descriptions.
Usable Web is also stale but has a lot of links organized by topic.
Paul Hibbett's User Interface Design Course at SFU is such an insanely good site, I'm tempted to give up and go home. Fortunately for me, it's not completely comprehensive (yet). (Unfortunately, the link is broken, and we can't locate a pointer anywhere. Thanks for trying, Mel!)
HFID & Community
ErgoBoston is a community service venture by local usability professionals (helping Seniors get online).
There are also a number of local usability organizations that hold regular talks, workshops, etc., and usability/HCI courses and programs at many neighboring schools. See CourseResources/LocalOrganizations and CourseResources/LocalEvents for more info.