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Experience Richness: Effects of Training Method on Individual Technology Acceptance

Andy Luse, Brian E. Mennecke, Anthony Townsend
2013 2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
to technology acceptance when compared to individuals experiencing direct, hands-on training.  ...  Specifically, our research addresses the nature of training and user acceptance and our findings show that individuals who are exposed to vicarious experience training differ on many dimensions with regard  ...  The present study examines the effects of training method on technology acceptance, with the training coming before users have had significant experience with the technology [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2013.213 dblp:conf/hicss/LuseMT13 fatcat:kwec4n24tbetnnwuhgs5zsrh2y

Rich Screen Reader Experiences for Accessible Data Visualization

Jonathan Zong, Crystal Lee, Alan Lundgard, JiWoong Jang, Daniel Hajas, Arvind Satyanarayan
2022 arXiv   pre-print
An accessible HTML version of this paper is available at:  ...  In response to the lack of comparable non-visual affordances, we present a set of rich screen reader experiences for accessible data visualization and exploration.  ...  We formulated additional questions to measure Brehmer and Munzner's discover and enjoy tasks as well as more traditional aspects of technology acceptance including ease-of-use and perceived usefulness  ... 
arXiv:2205.04917v1 fatcat:c43zh4g3tnftfddngec6noaj6m

Expectations and Experiences of Technology-Rich Classrooms of Preservice and In-service Teachers in China

Baoping Li, Guoqing Zhao
2019 Journal of Education and Development  
Technology-Rich Classrooms (TRCs) have been increasingly constructed in K12 schools.  ...  ones in terms of most dimensions, with the only exception that preservice teachers' Technology usage.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was funded by the Chinese Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Science Foundation under projects number 14YJC880025.  ... 
doi:10.20849/jed.v3i3.673 fatcat:w45eiqipp5cazl5vv2bxwvxlqy

Experience with a learning personal assistant

Tom M. Mitchell, Rich Caruana, Dayne Freitag, John McDermott, David Zabowski
1994 Communications of the ACM  
Based on this experience, we suggest that machine learning methods may play an important role in future personal software assistants. 2 A revised version of this paper will appear in the Communications  ...  We describe the design of one particular learning assistant: a calendar manager, called CAP (Calendar APprentice), that learns user scheduling preferences from experience.  ...  The net effect is that old rules that have been found empirically to be of use rise to the top of the list, along with new rules that perform well on the training data.  ... 
doi:10.1145/176789.176798 fatcat:3h5pfawmojgvrlgylk3umq7bnm

Learning in Diverse Educational Contexts: Bringing Social Justice when Designing Culturally Rich Learning Experiences in Brazil

Vivian Martins
2021 Journal of Applied Instructional Design  
The research study aims to understand how culturally rich learning experiences in urban settings can change people's perceptions towards social justice.  ...  The methodology used is known as research-training in cyberculture.  ...  The research-training method is based on life stories as a project of knowledge and education, with the narrative of life experiences and education serving as the methodological path (Josso, 2009) .  ... 
doi:10.51869/104/vma fatcat:yhuzngiy6fdz3fnqnoqjcrqy5u

Dietary experience modifies horses' feeding behavior and selection patterns of three macronutrient rich diets1

S. E. Redgate, J. J. Cooper, S. Hall, P. Eady, P. A. Harris
2014 Journal of Animal Science  
The order of relative preference after a period of experience was protein rich > hydrolyzable carbohydrate rich > lipid rich.  ...  A more effective means of demonstrating dietary preferences is to include a single presentation (monadic phase) of each food over a number of days and then offer individuals a choice (Hewson-Hughes et  ... 
doi:10.2527/jas.2012-5579 pmid:24496846 fatcat:uptg2fn46jcxhimybgs2p4vbfq

Rapid and rich prototyping

Elbert-Jan Hennipman, Evert-Jan R. G. Oppelaar, Gerrit C. van der Veer, Bert Bongers
2008 Proceedings of the 15th European conference on Cognitive ergonomics the ergonomics of cool interaction - ECCE '08  
In this paper we explore a suitable prototyping technique and approach for an experience-oriented design process without the need for rich equipped labs and resources.  ...  INTRODUCTION An iterative design process, where the design goes through several stages before it is finalized, is well accepted to be an effective contribution to the development of interactive systems  ...  This qualitative evaluation method deals carefully with the idea of experience as a holistic concept and concentrates on four different entrance dimensions of experience (emotional, cognitive, practical  ... 
doi:10.1145/1473018.1473053 dblp:conf/ecce/HennipmanOVB08 fatcat:4l36p77brfem7jpoyg6oursdla

Advanced Networks in Dental Rich Online MEDiA (ANDROMEDA) [chapter]

Bruce Elson, Patricia Reynolds, Ardavan Amini, Ezra Burke, Craig Chapman
2009 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
ANDROMEDA seeks to build on this and establish a Flexible Learning Platform that can integrate the haptic and sensor based training with rich media knowledge transfer, whilst using sophisticated technologies  ...  Current clinical online systems are restricted to the delivery of general, knowledge-based training with no easy method of personalization or delivery of skill-based training.  ...  This method of training has been hitherto available only using cadaveric specimens -a method no longer available in many European States.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03115-1_32 fatcat:aoufxjwqf5c6xnkqn6kdcbniy4

Media Professionalism: Dependence on Rich Country Models1

Rita Cruise O'Brien
2009 The IDS Bulletin  
The methods of investigation used were individual and in some cases group interviews which sought information on training, local output, methods of work and changes in organisation since independence.  ...  have mainly concerned themselves with the effects of different types of technology on employment and labour utilisation.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1759-5436.1977.mp8003005.x fatcat:ijd2ckyokbcg5pnfivimwrkeue

Media Richness, Communication Apprehension and Participation in Group Videoconferencing

John Campbell
2006 Journal of Information, Information Technology, and Organizations  
The study draws on media choice theory to assess the impact of communication apprehension and participation on perceptions of task characteristics and media traits.  ...  A significant interaction was also revealed between communication apprehension and user participation relating to perceptions of communication richness.  ...  User apprehension is one factor generally overlooked when assessing the effectiveness of new communication technologies.  ... 
doi:10.28945/149 fatcat:k4r7tk4bknfu5ht3u44g6n6se4

Using socially assistive robots for monitoring and preventing frailty among older adults: a study on usability and user experience challenges

Richelle A. C. M. Olde Keizer, Lex van Velsen, Mathieu Moncharmont, Brigitte Riche, Nadir Ammour, Susanna Del Signore, Gianluca Zia, Hermie Hermens, Aurèle N'Dja
2019 Health and Technology  
Finally, we questioned the participants' preference for one of the technologies. All interactions were recorded on video and scrutinized for usability issues. Twenty older adults participated.  ...  In this study, we tested the usability and user experience of a socially assistive robot (the NAO humanoid robot) to monitor and train the health of frail older adults.  ...  On the one hand, it highlights the concept of acceptance, which is often studied by means of the Technology Acceptance Model [e.g., 13] or the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology [e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12553-019-00320-9 fatcat:lo5g4cykgzgq7h4zzewx5qzoli

Optical verification experiments of sub-scale starshades

Anthony Harness, Stuart Shaklan, Phillip Willems, N. Jeremy Kasdin, Bala K. Balasubramanian, Philip Dumont, Victor White, Karl Yee, Rich Muller, Michael Galvin
2021 Journal of Astronomical Telescopes Instruments and Systems  
We report on optical experiments of sub-scale starshades that advance critical starlight suppression technologies in preparation for the next generation of space telescopes.  ...  This work also sets an upper limit on the effect of unknowns in the diffraction model used to predict starshade performance and set tolerances on the starshade manufacture. © The Authors.  ...  This work was performed in part at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, under a contract with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.  ... 
doi:10.1117/1.jatis.7.2.021207 fatcat:rt56wjp3wzh7lfgfdzd3nicwde

Barriers to Technology Integration in a Technology-Rich Environment

Kevin Schoepp
2005 Learning & Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives  
of teaching with technology.  ...  This paper reports on one segment of a research project which investigates what faculty members perceive to be acting as barriers in their attempts to integrate [information and communication] technology  ...  (Developing a Vision section, ¶ 2) Prior to even these recommendations, Fabry and Higgs (1997) posited that one method to enable teachers to experience the potential of technology is to have them use  ... 
doi:10.18538/lthe.v2.n1.02 fatcat:ziactyn2fjbhhm2kudp3f7kllm

Data-rich astronomy: mining synoptic sky surveys [article]

Stefano Cavuoti
2013 arXiv   pre-print
In the last decade a new generation of telescopes and sensors has allowed the production of a very large amount of data and astronomy has become, a data-rich science; this transition is often labeled as  ...  The first locution puts emphasis on the expectations of the astronomers while the second stresses, instead, the dramatic problem arising from this large amount of data: which is no longer computable with  ...  The experience of Amata and Maurizio also were precious during this years: and I wish to thank both of you.  ... 
arXiv:1304.6615v1 fatcat:6qmfvpl3czcr3hlupbc3r3hhfa

Investigating Experience

1979 Contemporary Psychology  
illustrates an experi- ential educational method for the clini- cal training of lawyers, Schmuck de- scribes the training of cadres of change agents to serve as peer consultants on school problems, Brown  ...  Cooper is Professor of Man- agement Educational Methods at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology.  ... 
doi:10.1037/019017 fatcat:hs7wmhxvbfc2zlizsa2oqz45qe
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