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Short presentation introducing the concept of human factors research to the Geograph community.

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    Geograph 2010 Geograph 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • Research into Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) Geograph @ Ordnance Survey 2010 Christopher J. Parker www.UserGeneratedDesign.co.uk
    • Outline
      • What is VGI and neogeography?
      • How Human Factors research can help designers and users
    • What is VGI and neogeography? Adding clarity to the situation
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    • Why Human Factors research is needed? Planning for the future
    • Human Factors Advantages
      • Usability
        • A set of attributes that bear on the effort needed for use, and on the individual assessment of such use, by a stated or implied set of users (ISO 9126)
      • Human Factors
        • A philosophy based on the needs and interests of the user, with an emphasis on making products usable and understandable (Norman 2002)
      Norman, D.A. 2002, The Design of Everyday Things, 2002 edn, Basic Books, United States of America.
    • Research Being Conducted
      • Past Research
      • Future Research
      • Who are the stakeholders of VGI?
      • What do VGI Stakeholders think of volunteered GI
      • How does the knowledge that data is ‘volunteered’ alter the user’s perception?
      • How can volunteer and professional information be combined effectively?
    • www.UserGeneratedDesign.co.uk