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Emerging research methods for understanding mobile technology use

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Emerging research methods for understanding mobile technology use
Mobile devices, applications and services have become integrated into people’s daily lives on a personal and professional level. Although traditional research methods are being used to understand the use of mobile devices and applications, methodological challenges still exist. Researchers have responded to these challenges in a range of ways, with an emphasis on developing methods that enable new ways of accessing, making available and collecting, data about mobile technology use. This paper identifies, defines, describes and presents, a preliminary framework for understanding the methodological responses emerging in current Mobile Human Computer Interaction (Mobile HCI) research.
Penny Hagen, Toni Robertson, Melanie Kan, Kirsten
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where OZCHI
Authors Penny Hagen, Toni Robertson, Melanie Kan, Kirsten Sadler
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