Student at Midswedish University
08 April 2003 10:22am
I'm working on my master thesis and have a tricky goal to acomplish.
I need to Investigate how the psychology of the human-system interaction changes over time in a system wich is not yet introduced to the users and I have aprox 4 month to do it. So I need to simulate "time", and I have no idea how to do it..
Image the following situation: an organisation that you work in has introduced this system as a means of helping people to track information within the departments and the organisation as a whole. Now, ask yourself: "In 3/6/12 months' time, to what extent do I accept the system as a tool helping to do my job?" (ie, "is the system on the level that I use it like a calculator when I need to?"). So, It is more of how much the acceptence (or any other parameters) of the system as a tool changes as the time goes on from the point of system's introduction. Remember that acceptance and conveniece are only 2 possible parameters that you might want to consider (since the interactions between humans and machines/software is very complex)
I would be reall glad if someone could give me an idea to start this.. I stuck!
Johan Falkman, Midswedish University´
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