The Utility of Computer Tracking Tools for User-Centered Design
Educational Technology Volume 33, Number 4, ISSN 0013-1962
Describes tracking tools used by designers and users to evaluate the efficacy of hypermedia systems. Highlights include human-computer interaction research; tracking tools and user-centered design; and three examples from the Interactive Multimedia Group at Cornell University that illustrate uses of various tracking tools. (27 references) (LRW)
Gay, G. & Mazur, J. (1993). The Utility of Computer Tracking Tools for User-Centered Design. Educational Technology, 33(4), 45-59.
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