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A pilot study of computer auto-personalization at American job centers

Jordan, J. Bern, Vanderheiden, Gregg C., Kaine-Krolak, Maureen and Roberts, Vera (2018) A pilot study of computer auto-personalization at American job centers. Journal on Technology & Persons with Disabilities.

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The Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure auto-personalization project aims to create a system
that allows people to easily discover and set up assistive technology and other computer accommodations
and features to meet their individual needs and preferences. As a first trial, a prototype of the autopersonalization
system was tested with 11 participants at an American Job Center (AJC). Participants
were all customers at the AJC. They used near-field communication cards to set up the system in different
ways and tried job search-related tasks of their own choosing. Participants were all positive about their
use of the auto-personalization system—all reported they would like to use the system again at the AJC
and most listed other places they would like to be able to use it. Following this study, two computers with
the auto-personalization system installed were placed at the AJC for continued customer use.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Automatic personalization, assistive technology, access feature, computer, settings
Divisions: Faculty of Design
Date Deposited: 24 May 2018 22:17
Last Modified: 02 Aug 2021 08:45
URI: https://openresearch.ocadu.ca/id/eprint/2375

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