Course: Evaluation in Human-Computer Interaction -- Beyond Lab Studies
Extended Abstract in the ACM DL
(as PDF)) |
Examples of Papers and Links]
The course "Evaluation in Human-Computer Interaction -- Beyond Lab Studies" was held at CHI2021.
The content is inspried by an online panel discussion that was held in March, 2020. More details about this
panel and a recodring is online at: https://amp.ubicomp.net/users-off-limits/
Many research contributions in human-computer interaction are based on user studies in the lab. However,
lab studies are not always possible, and they may come with significant challenges and limitations.
In this course, we take a broader look at different approaches to doing research. We present a set of
evaluation methods and research contributions that do not rely on user studies in labs. The discussion
focuses on research approaches, data collection methods, and tools that can be conducted without direct
interaction between the researchers and the participants.
Extended Abstract in the ACM DL: Course: Evaluation in Human-Computer Interaction - Beyond Lab Studies
Extended Abstract (local copy as PDF): Course: Evaluation in Human-Computer Interaction - Beyond Lab Studies
Slides from the course
Examples of Papers and Links with different evaluation methods