Call for Participation
Workshop submissions should follow a structured format consisting of
three sections as applicable:
These structured pre-works drive the workshop activities and provide
the “case studies” for the final product document. The position papers
should address the following areas:
- What is
the objective of the method?
- In what
domain did the method originate?
What, if any, changes did you make to this domain for use in evaluating
an ubicomp application?
- Is this
a qualitative or quantitative approach?
metrics (if any) are used?
When in the development cycle should the evaluation conducted?
- What costs
are associated with the method?
data is collected and how is it collected?
Case Study (if applicable)
- What was
relationship of the types of participants in the evaluation to the class
of real users?
- What was
the relationship between the real users' work environment and social context
and the environment in which evaluation conducted?
of time for preparation; actual study; analysis?
of evaluation – what was actually learned; how the application design
- data the
researchers would like that this method won't support
- any disadvantages
with the method
Participation is limited to 20.
Prior to the
workshop, the organizers will group the methodologies proposed into similar
topics and will select a participant to present each category of methodologies.
This will necessitate some pre-workshop interaction on the part of the
participants and organizers. Send submissions in word or PDF to Jean Scholtz,
by August 9th. Submissions should not exceed 4 pages.