RESEARCH METHODS IN HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION EBOOK

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Critical Acclaim for Research Methods in Human Computer Interaction, Second Edition This chapter provides an overview of HCI research, including the history of .. captioning, e-books, and voice recognition), and therefore, HCI research. Research Methods in Human-Computer Interaction, eTextbook.. [Jonathan Lazar; Jinjuan Heidi Feng; Edition/Format: eBook: Document: English. Summary. Read "Research Methods in Human-Computer Interaction" by Jonathan Lazar available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download.

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Jonathan Lazar. Disability, Human Rights, and Information Technology. How to write a great review. Preview this item Preview this item. Wiley Textbooks, English Summary: A comprehensive research guide for both quantitative and qualitative research methods Written by a team of authorities in human-computer interaction HCI and usability, this pedagogical guide walks you through the methods used in HCI and examines what are considered to be appropriate research practices in the field.

Featuring a plethora of real-world examples throughout, you'll discover how these methods have been used in HCI research so that you can gain a stronger understanding of the subject matter.

Serves as an authoritative, comprehensive resource on all things related to research me. Read more Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Electronic books Additional Physical Format: Print version: Lazar, Jonathan.

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Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Primary Entity http: MediaObject , schema: The treatment is accessible and lively. The book should be considered for adoption by all HCI instructors.

And it's a time-saver: With this improved and updated edition, the bar is even higher! With increasing traces of our lives online and availability of Big Data in many research projects, the new chapter on online and ubiquitous HCI research was a welcome addition to the already comprehensive, multi-method research book.

Every HCI student, researcher, and practitioner must read it! Covering all the basic methods for conducting research in HCI, concepts are explained clearly and brought alive through case studies and examples. In addition to offering how-to details, the text offers detailed rationale for why and when to use different methods. Some historical context and controversial viewpoints are also offered.

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Clear discussions around how to select participants and work with different populations are offered, as are ethical issues in conducting research. The attention to these kinds of details makes this a truly engaging, readable text.

The extensive list of references offers plenty of scope for follow-up for those wishing to deepen their knowledge even further. The 2nd edition offers new and refreshed content, updated examples and case studies, and new references and resources. This new edition has much needed information on research methods in HCI that have become prevalent, including crowdsourcing as well as new creative ways to collect and analyze qualitative data, two examples of essential skills for today's HCI students!

Highly recommended! It provides excellent coverage of a range of HCI research methods, and importantly, the context for researchers to know how the methods relate to each other and how to choose a method that is appropriate for their own research question. The book is a very nice read. It is an excellent reference for HCI researchers, not only for those just starting out, but also for experienced researchers who would like to firm up their knowledge of HCI methods.

Whether you are a seasoned practitioner, a student starting out, an established professor, or someone just curious about how HCI finds answers to research questions. Clear, coherent and comprehensive, it covers the classical - like surveys and ethnography - and the highly contemporary, including online and automated methods.

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Written in an accessible, engaging style and illustrated with examples and case studies from Google, Yahoo and the authors' own extensive experiences, this book should be on the desk of everyone doing HCI and UX design, development and research. Now, this 2nd edition becomes even more valuable as it not only includes more content regarding quantitative methods, such as statistical analysis, but also totally revamped qualitative data analysis.

This updated version will be an indispensable reference for both students and practitioners who want to enhance their research skills in HCI.

It is also refreshing to see the book's emphasis on issues such as bias and ethics in research. The chapter that explicitly discusses best practices for working with participants with disabilities truly makes this book stand out. First, there is no equivalent resource that I know of on this topic. Second, I believe the lessons presented in this chapter can help to illustrate the importance of understanding and working with any population that is significantly different from the average undergraduate research participant featured in so many studies!

Since HCI is expanding its domain more and more, this is a very timely lesson. The book contains a broad coverage of methods and techniques for HCI research. This edition contains major additions to the previous version that are extremely timely, dealing with evolutions of interactive technologies and evolutions of knowledge in the area of HCI research.

It is clear that the authors have applied the methods described in the book to understand their audience, building a book that is very pedagogic, blending a lot of knowledge in the field of HCI but still remaining easy to read, to understand and to apply for practitioners, students and lecturers in HCI.

Comprehensive and at the same time 'hand-holding', this book guides researchers through designing and running their own studies using both qualitative and quantitative methods. Even seasoned researchers will want to dip in to checkout details, while students will find this book particularly inspiring.

There's something in the book for everyone. An in-depth understanding of methods in this field is essential and the key to success in research as well as in industry. The big question is how we teach and learn about these methods? Is a book in the digital age, in times when people are excited about MOOCs, and when video tutorials are everywhere still an appropriate medium?

This book is at the same time an accessible text book as well as a comprehensive reference. The topics are well selected and are highly relevant for students, researchers, and practitioners. Each chapter has a focus, communicates the basics, and teaches how to practically apply it.

The new edition includes all the basics I would teach, and additionally provides a profound introduction to new topics, including Human-computer Interaction in the context of online systems and ubiquitous computing.Miguel A.

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