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100 1  Consolvo, Sunny,|eauthor 
245 10 Mobile user research :|ba practical guide /|cSunny 
       Consolvo, Frank R. Bentley, Eric B. Hekler, Sayali S. 
       Phatak 
264  1 [San Rafael, California] :|bMorgan & Claypool,|c2017 
300    1 online resource (xvii, 195 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    electronic|2isbdmedia 
338    online resource|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Synthesis lectures on mobile and pervasive computing,
       |x1933-902X ;|v# 12 
500    Part of: Synthesis digital library of engineering and 
       computer science 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 167-191) 
505 0  1. Introduction to mobile user research -- 1.1 User study 
       basics -- 1.1.1 User study methods -- 1.1.2 Data analysis 
       -- 1.1.3 Recruiting participants -- 1.1.4 Participant 
       incentives -- 1.1.5 Field study logistics -- 1.1.6 Ethics,
       consent, and review -- 1.1.7 Pilot and review everything -
       - 
505 8  2. Sensor and usage data -- 2.1 Data types -- 2.2 General 
       uses of these data -- 2.2.1 Understanding overall device 
       use -- 2.3 Factors to take into account when selecting 
       data sources -- 2.3.1 Practical suggestions -- 2.4 
       Conclusion -- 
505 8  3. Observations in the field and in the lab -- 3.1 
       Introduction -- 3.2 Exploratory field studies -- 3.2.1 
       Field study tips -- 3.2.2 Examples of generative field 
       studies -- 3.3 Evaluative field studies -- 3.3.1 Preparing
       for an evaluative field study -- 3.3.2 Wizard of Oz 
       methods -- 3.4 Lab usability studies -- 3.4.1 Limitations 
       -- 3.4.2 Lab usability study tips -- 3.5 Summary -- 
505 8  4. Diary studies and experience sampling -- 4.1 
       Introduction -- 4.2 Diary studies -- 4.2.1 Basic method --
       4.2.2 Variations -- 4.2.3 Limitations -- 4.2.4 Case 
       studies -- 4.3 The experience sampling method -- 4.3.1 
       History -- 4.3.2 Basic method -- 4.3.3 Limitations -- 
       4.3.4 Case studies -- 4.4 Summary -- 
505 8  5. Answering "did it work?": a primer to experimental 
       designs to test for change -- 5.1 Establishing cause and 
       effect: science 101 -- 5.2 Primer of experimental designs 
       -- 5.2.1 Within-person quasi-experimental designs -- 5.2.2
       Between-person quasi-experimental designs -- 5.2.3 Between
       -person experimental designs -- 5.2.4 Within-person 
       experimental designs -- 5.2.5 Other designs -- 5.2.6 
       General words of caution -- 5.3 Summary -- 
505 8  6. Using theory in mobile user research -- 6.1 
       Introduction -- 6.2 Defining terms -- 6.3 Uses of 
       behavioral theory -- 6.3.1 Understanding the target 
       problem: designing ways to observe, measure, and study -- 
       6.3.2 Defining a target user and audience -- 6.3.3 
       Defining the design of a technical system -- 6.4 Selecting
       the "right" theory(ies) -- 6.4.1 Using a familiar theory -
       - 6.4.2 Utilizing user insights and previous research -- 
       6.4.3 Meta-model followed by conceptual frameworks -- 6.5 
       Judging the quality of a theory -- 6.6 A few theories to 
       get started -- 6.7 An illustrative case study: the Miles 
       study -- 6.8 Summary -- 
505 8  7. Big challenges and open questions -- 7.1 Diary studies 
       and experience sampling -- 7.1.1 Triangulating data -- 
       7.1.2 Evaluating new experience sampling techniques -- 
       7.1.3 From sensors to usable information -- 7.1.4 From "on
       average" to usable evidence -- 7.1.5 Empowering end-users 
       in personalization of mobile experiences -- 7.1.6 From 
       theories to computational models -- 7.2 Summary -- 
       References -- Author biographies 
506    Abstract freely available; full-text restricted to 
       subscribers or individual document purchasers 
510 0  Compendex 
510 0  INSPEC 
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510 0  Google book search 
520 3  This book will give you a practical overview of several 
       methods and approaches for designing mobile technologies 
       and conducting mobile user research, including how to 
       understand behavior and evaluate how such technologies are
       being (or may be) used out in the world. Each chapter 
       includes case studies from our own work and highlights 
       advantages, limitations, and very practical steps that 
       should be taken to increase the validity of the studies 
       you conduct and the data you collect. This book is 
       intended as a practical guide for conducting mobile 
       research focused on the user and their experience. We hope
       that the depth and breadth of case studies presented, as 
       well as specific best practices, will help you to design 
       the best technologies possible and choose appropriate 
       methods to gather ethical, reliable, and generalizable 
       data to explore the use of mobile technologies out in the 
       world 
530    Also available in print 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web 
538    System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader 
588    Title from PDF title page (viewed on May 16, 2017) 
650  0 Mobile computing|xResearch 
650  0 Computer users|xResearch 
653    mobile computing 
653    user research 
653    qualitative research 
653    quantitative research 
653    theory 
653    experimental design 
653    sensors 
653    field study 
653    lab study 
653    usability 
653    analytics 
653    mHealth 
653    digital health 
653    behavior change technologies 
655  0 Electronic books 
700 1  Bentley, Frank,|d1979-,|eauthor 
700 1  Hekler, Eric B.,|eauthor 
700 1  Phatak, Sayali S.,|eauthor 
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