F. C. Johnson

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Title: Using the repertory grid and laddering technique to determine the user's evaluative model of search engines. Purpose This study explores a method for the determination of users' representations of search engines, formed during their interaction with these systems. The purpose is to determine the extent to which these elicited 'mental models' indicate(More)
This is the technical portion of the TASCS proposal, as originally submitted to DOE in March, 2006. The project was funded at 25% less than the proposed amount, and the scope of work was reduced accordingly. The attached appendix provides a brief description of the differences between the funded project and the proposal. Please contact the Lead PI (above)(More)
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