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Andrew Dillon is dean of the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin, and is a Professor in the areas of Information Science, Psychology, and Management Science & Information Systems. He earned his MA in Applied Psychology from University College in Cork, Ireland in 1987 and his PhD in Psychology from Loughborough University of Technology in Leicestershire, England in 1991. As a faculty member of the School of Informatics at Indiana University (1994), he led the development of the Masters degree in Human-Computer Interaction. Since the 1980's he has researched the human response to information technology, pursuing projects on digital genres, aesthetics and usability, digital document design, user acceptance of technology, and technology's role in education. Dillon has published five books and over 75 articles on this research. He has served on the editorial board of multiple prominent journals in his field, and currently serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Digital Information, the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, and Interacting with Computers. (Information as of 2005)

This collection documents Dillon's research of the human response to information technology. It consists of books, book chapters, book reviews, information architecture columns, professional publications, refereed conference proceedings, and refereed journal articles authored and published by Dillon between 1987 and 2005.

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Information architecture (IA), Information technology (IT), University of Texas School of Information, Indiana University School of Informatics, Hypermedia, Digital documents, Aesthetics, Usability, Information shape, Ergonomics, human-computer interaction (HCI), User experience, Digital genres

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