Establishing Best Practices for Scholarly Research Based on the Tenets of Human-Computer Interaction

Michael Scialdone
2010 AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction  
being studied. I explained that this allows the researcher to better articulate his or her study, while it helps the audience to better grasp potentially unfamiliar background details. I advised that researchers should explicitly address the remaining two tenets, task and context. I also proposed that HCI research should expand into previously under-investigated contexts, with consideration of tasks that may be largely unique to those contexts. Because interaction is the intersection of these
more » ... ur tenets, and it is the phenomenon upon which scholars ground their research in HCI, I believe that most meaningful contributions that come from HCI should be in the form of designinformed theory, or use robust theories from other disciplines to better inform design. It is this design component, after all, which gives our field its distinct scholarly voice.
doi:10.17705/1thci.00019 fatcat:horuuj35vvgnzaoxciestx65fm