On March 3rd, Judith Yaaqoubi, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering, discussed initial and revised instrument development for the Non-instrumental Uses in-depth study, led by Beth Kolko.
Judith discussed the study’s background, as well as the structure of the study, the research questions that underlie it, and how they initially planned to collect data.
Judith also discussed a series of computer-based exercises (CBE) developed by the project to try and quantitatively measure skill acquisition among varying populations of computer users. She then talked about the findings from a field visit she and Kolko did in September.
You can also view the presentation slides.
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