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©2011 1www.id-book.com An evaluation framework Chapter 13
©2011 2www.id-book.com The aims are: Introduce and explain the DECIDE framework. Discuss the conceptual, practical, and ethical issues involved in evaluation.
©2011 3www.id-book.com DECIDE: a framework to guide evaluation Determine the goals. Explore the questions. Choose the evaluation methods. Identify the practical issues. Decide how to deal with the ethical issues. Evaluate, analyze, interpret and present the data.
©2011 4www.id-book.com Determine the goals What are the high-level goals of the evaluation? Who wants it and why? The goals influence the methods used for the study. Goals vary and could be to: identify the best metaphor for the design check that user requirements are met check for consistency investigate how technology affects working practices improve the usability of an existing product
©2011 5www.id-book.com Explore the questions Questions help to guide the evaluation. The goal of finding out why some customers prefer to purchase paper airline tickets rather than e-tickets can be broken down into sub- questions: –What are customers attitudes to e-tickets? –Are they concerned about security? –Is the interface for obtaining them poor? What questions might you ask about the design of a cell phone?
©2011 6www.id-book.com Choose the evaluation approach & methods The evaluation method influences how data is collected, analyzed and presented. E.g. field studies typically: –Involve observation and interviews. –Involve users in natural settings. –Do not involve controlled tests. –Produce qualitative data.
©2011 7www.id-book.com Identify practical issues For example, how to: Select users Find evaluators Select equipment Stay on budget Stay on schedule
©2011 8www.id-book.com Decide about ethical issues Develop an informed consent form Participants have a right to: - Know the goals of the study; - Know what will happen to the findings; - Privacy of personal information; - Leave when they wish; - Be treated politely.
©2011 9www.id-book.com Evaluate, interpret & present data Methods used influence how data is evaluated, interpreted and presented. The following need to be considered: - Reliability: can the study be replicated? - Validity: is it measuring what you expected? - Biases: is the process creating biases? - Scope: can the findings be generalized? - Ecological validity: is the environment influencing the findings? i.e. Hawthorn effect.
©2011 10www.id-book.com Key points Many issues to consider before conducting an evaluation study. These include: goals of the study; involvment or not of users; the methods to use; practical & ethical issues; how data will be collected, analyzed & presented. The DECIDE framework provides a useful checklist for planning an evaluation study.
©2011 11www.id-book.com A project for you … Find an evaluation study from the list of URLs on this site or one of your own choice. Use the DECIDE framework to analyze it. Describe the aspects of DECIDE that are explicitly addressed in the report and which are not. On a scale of 1-5, where 1 = poor and 5 = excellent, how would you rate this study?
©2011 1www.id-book.com Evaluation studies: From controlled to natural settings Chapter 14.
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