Thom Haller’s IA Course

Reposting this from the DC-IA email newsletter-

Thom Haller’s 10-week Information Architecture class at the USDA
Graduate School starts on Tuesday, April 21. It’s an in-depth
introduction to IA and the user experience that’s tailored to the
specific needs and interests of the class. The class offers lots of
guest speakers and a hands-on class project that will help a worthy
organization to improve its Web presence. The class also is a great
opportunity for networking, loads of fun, and a huge bargain.

But is it just fun fun fun? Heck, no. Here’s a testimonial from a
former student, Victoria Perry: “Since I have taken the course, I have
continued to apply the information architecture and usability analysis
skills I learned on a variety of projects. Aside from the personal
benefit, I believe that the knowledge and practical experience gained
in this class are also recognized by others (work colleagues,
potential employers, etc.). While many busy, working professionals
might be reticent to commit to more than a one-day seminar, this
multi-week course was definitely worth the investment!”

For more information or to register, see

(NOTE — although the online description says the class starts on
April 14, it really begins a week later.)