Web-based, mobile-device friendly, self-report survey system incorporating avatars and gaming console techniques

@article{Savel2014WebbasedMF,
  title={Web-based, mobile-device friendly, self-report survey system incorporating avatars and gaming console techniques},
  author={Craig Savel and Stan Mierzwa and P. Gorbach and M. Lally and G. Zimet and Kristin I Meyer and Samir Souidi and Aids Interventions},
  journal={Online Journal of Public Health Informatics},
  year={2014},
  volume={6}
}
  • Craig Savel, Stan Mierzwa, +5 authors Aids Interventions
  • Published 2014
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Online Journal of Public Health Informatics
  • We describe building an avatar-based self-report data collection tool to be used for a specific HIV prevention research project that is evaluating the feasibility and acceptability of this novel approach to collect self-reported data among youth. We discuss the gathering of requirements, the process of building a prototype of the envisioned system, and the lessons learned during the development of the solution. Specific knowledge is shared regarding technical experience with software… CONTINUE READING
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