Workshop: Mixing quantitative with qualitative methods. current practices in designing experiments, gathering data and analysis with mixed methods reporting

Morrison, Ann, Viller, Stephen, Heck, Tamara and Davis, Kate (2017). Workshop: Mixing quantitative with qualitative methods. current practices in designing experiments, gathering data and analysis with mixed methods reporting. In: Proceedings of the 29th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference: Human-Nature, OzCHI 2017. 29th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference, OzCHI 2017, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, (654-655). November 28, 2017-December 1, 2017. doi:10.1145/3152771.3156195


Author Morrison, Ann
Viller, Stephen
Heck, Tamara
Davis, Kate
Title of paper Workshop: Mixing quantitative with qualitative methods. current practices in designing experiments, gathering data and analysis with mixed methods reporting
Conference name 29th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference, OzCHI 2017
Conference location Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Conference dates November 28, 2017-December 1, 2017
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 29th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference: Human-Nature, OzCHI 2017
Journal name ACM International Conference Proceeding Series
Series ACM International Conference Proceeding Series
Publisher Association for Computing Machinery
Publication Year 2017
Sub-type Fully published paper
DOI 10.1145/3152771.3156195
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
ISBN 9781450353793
Volume Part F134477
Start page 654
End page 655
Total pages 2
Language eng
Abstract/Summary In this workshop, we set up a discussion on opposing approaches to evaluation methods in order to elicit best practice scenarios. We ask what are the best practice methods being used in the OzCHI community to address the complexities inherent in applying triangulation processes? If you already work with or are considering, researching, or working with both quantitative and qualitative evaluation methods (in academia or industry), join us in this workshop. In particular, we look at adding quantitative to qualitative methods to build a whole picture of user experience. We see a need to discuss both quantitative and qualitative research because there is often a perceived lack of understanding of the rigor involved in each. The workshop will result in a White Paper on the latest developments in this field, within Australia and comparative with international work. We anticipate sharing submissions and workshop outcomes with the HCI community.
Subjects 1709 Human-Computer Interaction
1705 Computer Networks and Communications
1707 Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
1712 Software
Keyword Evaluation methods
Mixed methods research1
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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