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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Interaction Problems Accessing E-learning Environments In Multi-touch Mobile Devices: A Case Study In Teleduc|
|Author:||Da Silva A.C.|
De Arruda A.V.P.
Da Rocha H.V.
|Abstract:||e-Learning environments offer content, such text, audio, video, animations, using the Web infrastructure and they are designed to users interacting with keyboard, mouse and a medium-sized screen. Mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, have enough computation power to render Web pages, allowing browsing the Internet and access e-Learning environments. But, their main interaction style is touching, bringing some problems, cosmetics or severe ones. To identify these problems and correct them to allow mobile users access the TelEduc, an e-Learning environment, we planned a user test case with four volunteers using smartphones for access it. The collected data was analyzed and some problems were identified, giving some insights about the problems and barriers multi-touch mobile users dealt and can be easily corrected to give them a better interaction experience. To have an e-Learning environment with good usability in mobile devices is a first step to have a virtual learning environment for sharing data between desktop and mobile devices and understand the behavior of mobile users in this context.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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