Tag Archives: research methods

Engaged Problem Formulation in IS Research

by Peter Axel Nielsen and John Stouby Persson has been published in Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 38(1), pp. 720-737. Abstract: “Is this the problem?”: the question that haunts many information systems (IS)  researchers when they pursue work … Continue reading

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TagPad: Supporting Field Interviews and Analysis

Nis Bornoe and Louise Barkhuus got a paper accepted at iConference 2013 for presentation and proceedings. The conference will be held February 12 – 15, 2013 in Fort Worth, TX, USA. In this paper we report on experiences with the data collection tool … Continue reading

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A longitudinal review of Mobile HCI research Methods

Paper at Mobile HCI 2012. Jeni and Jesper has published a follow-up study on research methods in Mobile HCI. Like the first study with Connor Graham it reviews current methods and purposes through a comprehensive literature study. The paper was … Continue reading

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Research Methods in Mobile HCI: Trends and Opportunities

Panel at Mobile HCI 2012. At Mobile HCI 2012 in San Francisco, Jesper hosted and participated in a panel on trends and opportunities in methods for doing mobile HCI research. Apart from Jesper, the panel consisted of five internationally acclaimed scholars … Continue reading

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