Difference between revisions of "Human participants in technology research"

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Kristensson, P.O. and Blackwell, A.F. (2011). Ethics in Large-Scale User Studies: Guidelines vs. Practice. Presentation at CHI 2011 Workshop on Ethics in Large Scale Trials & User Generated Content.
 
Kristensson, P.O. and Blackwell, A.F. (2011). Ethics in Large-Scale User Studies: Guidelines vs. Practice. Presentation at CHI 2011 Workshop on Ethics in Large Scale Trials & User Generated Content.
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[[Alan Blackwell]]
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* [[Rob Phaal]]
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* Pat Langdon
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* [[Matthew Jones]]
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* [[Per Ola Kristensson]]

Revision as of 13:33, 22 July 2011

When technology researchers involve the broader public in their work, novel ethical issues arise - often completely unlike those of medical and biological research that guide public policy. This interdisciplinary team is constructing a guide for research with human participants in technology design and management.

Research guidance for technology researchers: http://bit.ly/hptps-guide

Kristensson, P.O. and Blackwell, A.F. (2011). Ethics in Large-Scale User Studies: Guidelines vs. Practice. Presentation at CHI 2011 Workshop on Ethics in Large Scale Trials & User Generated Content.

Project leader:

Alan Blackwell

Crucible collaborators: