Kids as informants: Telling us what we didn't know or confirming what we knew already?

Scaife, Michael and Rogers, Yvonne (1998) Kids as informants: Telling us what we didn't know or confirming what we knew already? In: In: The design of children's technology, Allison Druin, editor. The Morgan Kaufmann series in interactive technologies . Morgan Kaufmann, San Francisco, pp. 27-50. ISBN 155860507X

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Additional Information: Main author: State-of- the- art review of research in educational technology; only 1 European chapter in 13 (others from MIT UCLA etc.) Three independent reviewers. Contents: Preface: Beginning a Discussion about Kids, Technology, and Design /; Allison Druin --; Pt. I.; The Design Process.; Ch. 1.; The Role of Usability Research in Designing Children's Computer Products /; Libby Hanna, Kirsten Risden and Mary Czerwinski [et al.].; Ch. 2.; Kids as Informants: Telling Us What We Didn't Know or Confirming What We Knew Already? /; Mike Scaife and Yvonne Rogers.; Ch. 3.; Children as Our Technology Design Partners /; Allison Druin, Ben Bederson and Angela Boltman [et al.].; Ch. 4.; The Researcher's Role in the Design of Children's Media and Technology /; Debra A. Lieberman.; Ch. 5.; Designing Collaborative Applications for Classroom Use: The LiNC Project /; Jurgen Koenemann, John M. Carroll and Clifford A. Shaffer [et al.].
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