Usability Evaluation of Web Office Applications in Collaborative Writing

  title={Usability Evaluation of Web Office Applications in Collaborative Writing},
  author={Muhammad Afsar Khan and N. Israr and Sher Hassan},
  journal={2010 International Conference on Intelligent Systems, Modelling and Simulation},
Usability evaluation of collaborative writing system for education usage is essential to improve its functionality. In this paper, the usability of web office (ThinkFree doc) is tested using mix research approach. Usability evaluation is performed via the think aloud protocol. A questionnaire was designed for quantitative survey. The questionnaire was completed by users who have been using Thinkfree doc for educational collaborative work. Interviews were conducted with the selected participants… CONTINUE READING

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