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Stone Review Ch. 23

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									Stone, D., Jarrett, C., Woodroffe, M., Minocha, S. (2005) User Interface Design and
Evaluation. San Francisco, CA: Morgan Kaufman
                                  Part 4 – Evaluation
                       Chapter 23 | Deciding How to Collect Data

              Answer all questions in preparation for quizzes and exams.

   1.     Identify the two types of data and an example of how each are obtained. (p.
          475)




   2.     There are three types of products available that will automatically log use
          data, describe them. (p. 476)




   3.     What is the common problem with these products and the consequence? (p.
          476)




   4.     What is the only way to really know why participants are making certain
          choices in testing? (p. 478)




   5.     What is think-aloud protocols and what other names are used to describe
          concept? (p. 478)




   6.     What three advantages are there of think-aloud protocols in data collection?
          (p. 478)




   7.     What three disadvantages are there of think-aloud protocols in data
          collection? (p. 478)




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Stone, D., Jarrett, C., Woodroffe, M., Minocha, S. (2005) User Interface Design and
Evaluation. San Francisco, CA: Morgan Kaufman
                                  Part 4 – Evaluation
                       Chapter 23 | Deciding How to Collect Data

              Answer all questions in preparation for quizzes and exams.

   8.     What are five suggestions (briefly paraphrased) from one usability specialist
          about letting the participant explore naturally. (p. 478)




   9.     What might interaction between user and evaluator be prone to cause? (p.
          479)




   10.    What is the purpose of the cognitive walkthrough? (p. 479)




   11.    What does note taking involve? (p. 480)




   12.    Briefly explain post-session briefing. (p. 480)




   13.    What is retrospective protocol? (p. 480)




   14.    List the three advantages of questionnaires to collect data. (p. 482)




   15.    List the disadvantages of using questionnaires to collect data. (p. 482)




   16.    It is important to begin your questionnaire development by first interviewing
          potential participants on the topics under investigation, why? (p. 483)


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Stone, D., Jarrett, C., Woodroffe, M., Minocha, S. (2005) User Interface Design and
Evaluation. San Francisco, CA: Morgan Kaufman
                                  Part 4 – Evaluation
                       Chapter 23 | Deciding How to Collect Data

              Answer all questions in preparation for quizzes and exams.




   17.    What does it mean (regarding use of a commercially-produced questionnaire)
          to avoid fitting a round peg in a square hole? (p. 484)




   18.    What five suggestions were offered regarding video recording sessions? (p.
          484-485)




   19.    What do eye-tracking systems do and how do they help evaluators? (p. 485)




   20.    One practitioner volunteered that even with video equipment he/she still takes
          notes of their own, why? (p. 487)




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