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Category:Book:Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction

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Pages in category "Book:Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction"

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  1. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Wikibooks and Action Theory, Subject and Object
  2. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/WiKi book increasing group motivation and nudge social Loafing
  3. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Collaborating with Google Docs
  4. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Input-Process-Output Model and Distributed Group Work
  5. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/The investigation based on a single theory (Fitts' Law) might not help for the success.
  6. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Communication and Collaboration of Distributed Knowledge
  7. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Is Technology helpful?
  8. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Understanding Dis.Cog, CSCW and Its Restriction
  9. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Technology and us - Kurzweil's law of accelerating returns
  10. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Using different lens, GOMS on 8pen, a gesture-based key interface
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  2. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Working hard (or hardly working) in a collective wiki effort
  3. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/The Economics of TAM
  4. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/The Wiki and the Active User
  5. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Collaborating with Google Docs
  6. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/D.Cog as Applied to WikiBooks
  7. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Easy to Collaborate but Difficult to Coordinate
  8. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/Wikimedia as a CSCW, and how its transparency influenced group performance
  9. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/CSCW and DCog
  10. Models and Theories in Human-Computer Interaction/WiKi book increasing group motivation and nudge social Loafing

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