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Use & Usability Best Practices & Guidelines working documents are organized in [https://osf.io/zfqc3/ Open Science Framework] and are stored in a shared Google Drive folder.
 
Use & Usability Best Practices & Guidelines working documents are organized in [https://osf.io/zfqc3/ Open Science Framework] and are stored in a shared Google Drive folder.
  
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== Current Projects ==
  
 
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In the areas where we encounter conflicts and variations, we will report on our findings and determine how to move forward to resolve the issues necessary to develop guidelines.  
 
In the areas where we encounter conflicts and variations, we will report on our findings and determine how to move forward to resolve the issues necessary to develop guidelines.  
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== Get Involved ==
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The working group maintains a [https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BxKlOQm6nnVndnJrR200UFZoSm8&usp=sharing Google Drive folder], which contains meeting notes and drafts of working documents.
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If you have any questions, or are interested in participating in the working group, please contact [mailto:jody@jodyderidder.com Jody DeRidder]. You can also fill out our [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16X0B-NSulh1V6HuqkSZZq0El35AQlZLbpWUlzNx2Puo/edit User Studies Participant] spreadsheet.
  
 
We are seeking broader participation!
 
We are seeking broader participation!
  
Contact [mailto:jody@jodyderidder.com jody@jodyderidder.com] for more information.
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Revision as of 10:09, 10 May 2016

Use & Usability Best Practices & Guidelines working documents are organized in Open Science Framework and are stored in a shared Google Drive folder.

Current Projects

We are:

We expect to drill down to compare how others measure various aspects and develop their studies.

We will compare and contrast use of terms and measures across the literature, using this to form guidelines, which we expect to share as a white paper.

In the areas where we encounter conflicts and variations, we will report on our findings and determine how to move forward to resolve the issues necessary to develop guidelines.


Get Involved

The working group maintains a Google Drive folder, which contains meeting notes and drafts of working documents.

If you have any questions, or are interested in participating in the working group, please contact Jody DeRidder. You can also fill out our User Studies Participant spreadsheet.

We are seeking broader participation!

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