CS 601R W2016 Final Exam

Part 1

Data: https://drive.google.com/a/isrl.byu.edu/folderview?id=0Bx3d3hzv42zZbUs1aGp3RDJUR1E&usp=sharing

Groups:

A: Jeremy London, Mark O’Neill, Craig Wilson

B: Travis Hendershot, Meher Shaikh, Justin Wu

C: Scott Heidbrink, Tyler Monson, Eunice Tan

D: Kris Alder, Jeff Andersen, Zann Anderson, Elham Vaziripour

When: The last 2 days of class - April 7 and April 12

We will assign each group a research paper from our lab that includes includes a user study. You will also receive the raw data from the experiments described in the paper.

(1) Recompute all the quantitative results in the paper to confirm that they are correct.

(2) Based on what we learned in the class on quantitative measures, recommend any modifications or additions to the quantitative data.

(3) Compute the new measures.

(4) Submit a formal written report detailing your work. Justify all the changes you proposed and explain why you kept any of the original measures. You will be graded on both the content and the quality of the writing.

Part 2

During finals week, create and submit a short paper describing the various qualitative research methods in usability that you have learned about this semester. Explain what each method is and when it is appropriate or useful. The paper is intended to summarize what you have learned this semester about research methods in usability. You will be graded on both the content and the quality of the writing. We recommend you get some outside editing help for your final draft that you submit.

Due Date: by 5 PM on Wed April 20th.

Length: 1000-1500 words (about 2-3 double-spaced pages). Please submit the exact word count at the conclusion of your paper.

Part 3

Complete the self-assessment survey at https://docs.google.com/a/cs.byu.edu/forms/d/1wXI4q39TKIxZ49Nk5br9QH9p2ETmV3mMJvbbcuVki74/edit

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