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Introduction to Qualitative Research for Quantitative Researchers

Beth Duckles
2021 Zenodo  
Asking Questions When developing your questions, consider the type of data you want (and what you might do with it) and work backwards. What question will ensure that I get the data I want?  ...  • If I want priorities: ○ What were the three most important things to you about this fellowship? -- Cannot make claims unsupported by data and theory must encompass all responses.  ...  • Take an inductive approach, what does the population you're studying mean by this concept? ○ Are there different dimensions of the concept? What are they? ○ How can we measure each dimension?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4777294 fatcat:klubd5bsdfd2hcu2zducrfxcry

Advice on teaching CS, and the learnability of programming languages

Valerie Barr, Mark Guzdial
2015 Communications of the ACM  
If you cannot imagine closures, why would you want to learn them?  ...  We improve the usability and learnability of our programming languages by working with our users, figuring out what they want to do, and help them to do it.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2716345 fatcat:hqhoskftkrderh6ijrj25zsuqi


2009 Issues in Information Systems  
But because it can honestly be stated that these ten maxims come from the local usercommunity, they have a special relevance.  ...  And, what can happen if the analyst provides exactly what the principle user wants, and the daily users are Issues in Information Systems unhappy?  ...  How and why do projects fail? What is the scope of the project? Why must it be in writing and be approved in writing? What happens if someone wants something outside of the project's scope?  ... 
doi:10.48009/1_iis_2009_141-145 fatcat:bw6d22kscbdj3df7727ljdesty

Re2_submission_VHMR_Online_Appendices – Supplemental material for Virtual hype meets reality: Users' perception of immersive journalism

Søren Lund Nielsen, Penelope Sheets
2019 Figshare  
Supplemental material, Re2_submission_VHMR_Online_Appendices for Virtual hype meets reality: Users' perception of immersive journalism by Søren Lund Nielsen and Penelope Sheets in Journalism  ...  -Main discussion: Will normal media users use it? Earlier we talked about how you use journalism and news. Why you use and what you get out of it.  ...  (as normal as radio, TV, newspaper, web, social media is now) Everyone get to answer and say what they wrote down earlier.  If no one changed their mindask why?  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.9709241 fatcat:ty62sqg7bvffrnky7g6i3mbvxm

You're right about the cure: don't do that

Harold Thimbleby
1990 Interacting with computers  
The user, then, cannot get bugs fixed without acquiring the upgrade, for which extra money is demanded.  ...  I am often left wondering why the computer cannot fix a problem for the user if the manual writers knew how to do it!  ... 
doi:10.1016/0953-5438(90)90011-6 fatcat:ds2yofibwzb27mplxnkn3xkk44

Don's Conference Notes--The Future of Discovery: A NISO Forum

Donald T. Hawkins
2015 Against the Grain  
What is the balance between serendipity and finding the answer that the user wants? Do we risk alienating users if the system allows for serendipity but then gives them things they don't want?  ...  How do we answer the question "Did the user find what they needed?"  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.7248 fatcat:lyeyuhws5bcxpf5zuurdb4fl7m

What's Wrong with Requirements Specification? An Analysis of the Fundamental Failings of Conventional Thinking about Software Requirements, and Some Suggestions for Getting it Right

Tom Gilb
2010 Journal of Software Engineering and Applications  
In this paper, I discuss what I believe is the fundamental cause: we think like programmers, not engineers and managers.  ...  Search for it by asking 'Why?' Why do I want X, it is because I really want Y, and assume I will get it through X. But, then why do I want Y?  ...  But explain that you will help them more-certainly get what they more deeply want, with better and cheaper solutions, perhaps new technology, if they will go through the '5 Whys?' process with you.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jsea.2010.39096 fatcat:i636g32dxzgsdljh3upqtgwevq

Evaluating awareness information in distributed collaborative editing by software-engineers

Julia Schenk
2012 2012 First International Workshop on User Evaluation for Software Engineering Researchers (USER)  
they are doing and what their levels of interest are.  ...  Awareness itself is an invisible phenomenon and due to its intangible nature cannot be easily observed or measured.  ...  they are doing, and what changes they are making" [3] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/user.2012.6226580 dblp:conf/icse/Schenk12 fatcat:m4fhdq7zrjaytbo3tzdddqp42q

Page 8 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 24, Issue 4 [page]

1990 The Information Management Journal  
Some vendors will be upset when they fail to get an order, but in the long run the worst outcome would be that they get an order and what is delivered does not work ap- propriately, does not provide the  ...  If the item goes out on bids and the smooth-talking vendor offers a lower price, the end-user may still be able to get what he actually wants, but considerable time will be spent writing justifications  ... 

Page 409 of Indiana Medicine : The Journal of the Indiana State Medical Association Vol. 64, Issue 5 [page]

1971 Indiana Medicine : The Journal of the Indiana State Medical Association  
Since they get what they want from the drug experience, it can be seen how it would be difficult to control drug misuse through laws, parental disapproval, drug education or example.  ...  The main reason, though, why youths take drugs is because they work. They do what they should do. They say that they are effective, po- tent and relatively safe. The risks are May 1971 minimal.  ... 

Page 295 of Success Magazine & the National Post Vol. 13, Issue 192 [page]

1910 Success Magazine & the National Post  
These parts are necessarily so small that they cannot stand the severe strains to which they are subjected. The more parts in any piece of machinery, the more trouble for the user.  ...  There are no complicated parts to get out of order—nothing about it that every man cannot understand. That’s why you see it on the road—not in the repair shop.  ... 

Opinions ∙ The Case Against Idealising Control

W. Hartzog
2018 European Data Protection Law Review  
Policies for information use should be clear to the user. Users should be in control of when and if they receive information  ...  This is why we work hard to communicate with people about privacy and build controls that make it easier for people to control their information on Facebook.' 4 Bill Gates wrote for Microsoft that Users  ...  What people want isn't complete privacy. It isn't that they want secrecy.  ... 
doi:10.21552/edpl/2018/4/5 fatcat:r5jppqhk3be2rdvhdkb46gf7j4

Help! I'm New to Licensing and Don't Know Where to Start

Breezy Silver
2019 Ticker: The Academic Business Librarianship Review  
Getting Started Before getting started, you need to identify your deal-breakers that cannot be in the license or on the flip side must be included in the license.  ...  Keep in mind that we cannot control users' behaviors and you probably do not have any way to confirm that all of your many users have deleted the content they used.  ... 
doi:10.3998/ticker.16481003.0004.104 fatcat:ai63hrd7xrbnrdyhhfawzligfu

Removing the mismatch headache in XML keyword search

Yong Zeng, Zhifeng Bao, Tok Wang Ling, Guoliang Li
2013 Proceedings of the 36th international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '13  
In this demo, we study one category of query refinement problems in the context of XML keyword search, where what users search for do not exist in the data while useless results are returned by the search  ...  We propose a practical yet efficient way to detect the Mis-Match problem and generate helpful suggestions to users, namely MisMatch detector and suggester.  ...  Query refinement, which is to give suggestions to help a user revise the query in case that she cannot find what she wants, is a demanding task in building an effective search engine.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2484028.2484218 dblp:conf/sigir/ZengBLL13 fatcat:6f7w2vckv5ethplr7jqruplcsa

The Importance of User-Centred Design for Open Science

Paula Forbes
2022 Zenodo  
It will provide answers to the following questions, among others: Why is it important to consider end-user needs when designing a discovery platform?  ...  Which methods did the TRIPLE project use to do this and what kind of insights has it given? Why is having SSH researchers on-board with the design process so important?  ...  • What tools do they use and what is the user journey?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6207720 fatcat:ouiobct2rjhxfemwlgu5fkvaxa
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