Mobile Application Experiences Part 5: Reporting Research Findings

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Overview

In this fifth and final Mobile Application Experiences course you will learn how to create a formal research paper, documenting your work and your findings throughout the course series.  We will use the CHI conference format, a popular venue to present advances in Human Computer Interaction.

This course is part one of a five-part Mobile Apps series.

  • 21W.789.1x: Mobile Application Experiences Part 1: From a Domain to an App Idea
  • 21W.789.2x: Mobile Application Experiences Part 2: Mobile App Design
  • 21W.789.3x: Mobile Application Experiences Part 3: Building Mobile Apps
  • 21W.789.4x: Mobile Application Experiences Part 4: Understanding Use
  • 21W.789.5x: Mobile Application Experiences Part 5: Reporting Research Findings

Syllabus

Module 1: Understanding a Domain
Week 1: Studying a Domain
Week 2: Identifying Themes and Market Gaps
Week 3: Proposing a Novel Application
 
Module 2: Mobile Design
Week 1: From Use Cases to Screens
Week 2: Paper and Interactive Prototyping
Week 3: Usability Testing
 
Module 3: Building Mobile Applications
Week 1: Getting Started on Android and iOS
Week 2: Mobile Location and Networking
Week 3: Instrumentation and Logging / Poster Session
 
Module 4: Understanding Use
Week 1: Quantitative Methods: Logging, A/B Testing
Week 2: Qualitative Methods: Field and Diary Studies
Week 3: Analyzing Data: Case Study
 
Module 5: Reporting Research Findings
Week 1: Writing a CHI-style paper
Week 2: Submit paper