C08 (How to Write Better Research Papers for CHI) - Part 2
5:58PM Apr 22, 2022
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go through okay, so
All right. Let's talk a little
bit about abstract and introduction. Okay, because you've already analyzed some of the abstracts and that's really kind of helpful pointed you to some of these system that the hub kind of you know, problem agitate solution help kind of sell your contribution there a little bit. And how am I doing in terms of sound? Am I coming through pretty good or am I quieter? Or okay okay.
So abstract intro.
Basically, when does a reviewer make up their mind about your paper and again,
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So you really want to make sure that you have that. End of the introduction as sort of your
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Yeah, that should help. So yeah, so title abstract introduction and need to focus on contrary bution in that's again, that's why we went through all these different contribution types and in our second part two, we're in the third part. So really, you got to think about like, does your paper address a real real problem? And these are the four questions again, I have a have a longer interview with Carl Goodman on my website somewhere. And I also think it's like the second episode of my podcast, a pretty long interview, where we're talking about these these four things and can cause and papers terrible CHI, before he's got a pretty good grasp of what goes into a paper and into an abstract introduction. And these are the four questions that you always have to answer those. So this is like a guiding thing, right? Like, does it address a real world problem? Does it advance beyond prior work in the field? Actually, those are not the four questions but those are kind of questions that guide your paper as well as your paper it bonds beyond prior work in the field that is related. Can your results be replicated? Are you providing sufficient detail for someone else to run your study? And is your contribution valid internally and externally? And that's really, that's, that's what you got to focus on in terms of contribution. That's at the heart of it. And this is more along the lines of where I what I was talking to you about earlier. Where we're saying that in the abstract, we really always have these four parts that we want to focus on. So we have usually we have 150 words, sometimes we have 200 words available, if you can get it done in 150. That's even better, but you should always try to land somewhere between 150 and 200 words and never, ever use a citation in an abstract. Why is that? Because an abstract has to stand alone, right? Like it goes into search databases get indexed by search engines and so forth. It is it is sort of its own little island that's kind of you know, connected to your paper, but it also needs to stand as a thing by itself. So it is it has never seen in the scope of the entire paper it is seen as sort of an anchor point and for that it cannot relate cannot point to quantum that in in the paper and the references right like everything that you need to understand the abstract needs to be right in there. So 150 words, and then the describe or 150 between 200 words describe what was done and found the lay of the land. Like I said, the the state of the world basically where you're in the context of the problem. Why does the research gap exist in and why is your problem relevant that matters, right? Even on some of the best papers that we've read? Maybe they haven't done enough of that. Why is your problem relevant in matters situation right like there can always be more in the direction of why why is the problem relevant for this group of people? So again, really try to focus on those bits. The problem the actual problem, you know, don't forget to state that some people actually forget you know, like happens to the best of us. If you don't see your problem you don't even paper right like if you don't state what the actual research problem is. Or the grounds for discussion that's happening later in the paper, then you have nothing to solve. You have no book in your abstract. So problem is really important. The actual research problem, what is it that you're solving and then just be clear about that? No, no beating around the bush. simply stating this is a problem right and we've seen that in some of these apps like then the solution, how are you addressing the research capital problem? What is your proposed solution? Again, really important to think about that gap of research that's out there. And then to look at how does my proposed solution address this research gap? How do I overcome the research gap that I've outlined earlier? And then the contribution again, you've seen that in most of the papers there, you know, ideally, you end with like a boom like a big moment where you go like, Oh, yeah, this is great. But you're always ideally want to talk about the contribution. So how does the idea stand out from the most relevant related work and why would your peers consider it a contribution?
important to have that at the start?
Okay. So here
so, one of the ways to get there is to sort of use this nine step editing system. And actually, I think before I want to go into that nine step editing system, I want to you to actually produce that first. So right now, I want us to hop into these breakout groups, what we call vignettes in UX research. And so I want every person in your teams of 10 that uses three sticky notes, and then to follow this approach. Now, if we go back to our notion site, and again, Cimarron just posted the link in zoom. If you click on writing got kachoris.com Then you're on this notion side here. And if you scroll down, over down here, you can hopefully find your name. Now if your name is not on here, let us know you might have been one of the last minute registrations that is not on here. I pulled this data yesterday. So let us know and we'll let her know and we'll make sure we'll assign you a team and otherwise you should find your name in here. And then depending on the name stated here and the color, you're going to be in that team of that color. So what I want you to do is for now at the start will still be in the same column then I'll work with someone that we can actually create breakout groups for these different teams. So I don't know if someone has experienced doing great breakout groups otherwise I can spend some time setting those up. But basically we want to put all of the people that are in those different teams in a breakout group. In zoom. And again, I'll do that. But we can get started all in the same call here. And I'll give you some time to then have the discussion after because at the start. You don't necessarily need to have a discussion. You're just doing the actual work. Together in the team in your own board. But then I want you to have a discussion for which we'll then move into those breakout rooms and I'll just be popping through the breakout rooms but for the first 10 minutes, we'll just do the the breakout group vignettes exercise sort of how back in there. That's right here. So for the vignettes, every person in your team of 10 does is on three sticky notes right. So first we want to sketch so we want to illustrate research problem that your research question is addressing. So for that you want to
make sure that
you just kind of sketch out something it can be if you're in front of a computer and you've never used mirror before. It can be something as simple as sketching something, either with a mouse and you can actually let me just do that right here. So I do an example here and you can press enter to just create a new note. So I'll just create a new sticky note here. I'll make it a smaller one. And then you know, you could start sketching on that just with the sketching pencil here on the left hand side with a pen and then you have different sizes of pen that you can use and probably the smallest one here. And then you just do a little bit of a sketch either with a mouse or a tablet, you can do it with a tablet or if you're really unsure about this and some of you might have Miro installed on your phone, you can also just sketch it on paper and then upload the image on the mirror app on your phone into the board as well. Whatever works for you can be a really crude sketch, right? So the research problem that your question is addressing. So again, go back to your things up there. Actually, let me just pick one right now. From these research questions. How does mode and age influence people's preference of getting help? Just a stroke? Okay, this is a bit complicated. mode and age influence people's preference of getting help to assess trustworthiness or website. Okay, so again, creative bit here, say trustworthiness of a website right? And so I scheduled something like a lock here for the trustworthiness and then this would be www for the website, obviously is not the best sketch. And then we do like mode and age. So we probably try to draw like an older person. It'll take me forever as I'm done with that, but yeah, I kind of draw a little bit of an older person and then give them a stick that they're carrying and mode. Again, depends on if this is a tablet or mouse go wild and again, it doesn't need to be doesn't need to be extravagant or whatnot. Yeah, once you're done drawing, what you want to do is select because otherwise you know, it's not on the note that won't move with it. So you just press the shift key on your keyboard and then you just select it like this. And then you can just click this button here group objects, and then you just group them and then every time you move it, it moves with the thing here. Okay. So if we click ungroup here, separate again, but it's quite easy. You just hold down the shift key, you select all of the objects on the sticky and then you click the Group button here and then everything is grouped and you can move it and and yet come in and said how to draw my group the colors do again breakout groups we'll be doing right now. You just got to find your board depending on what your color is. So blue would have to carry would go here and then he would pull something down here, one of the stickies up here and then you'd start sketching and fix the Twitter link on the course. Page. Interesting. Or yeah, there's the link should be able to click on that as well. And yeah, so basically, aside from that, for this exercise, now just find your color coding board and start doing stuff in your board depending on what color group you're in, and in the meantime, while you're watching, but again, this is just the first one. So let me let me explain all of them because you got to do all of them in a bit there. So you got to fight with a sketch, or you have to start with a sketch. And then you got to then you got to create a hill after that. So press we do the sketch. Take a bit of time for that. Then you create a hill now what's a hill Hill is another concept from UX research, where you're looking at who what and wow. So basically it's a three steps process where you're in the can you just pull another sticky note and pull the sticky note here and then write on that sticky note. Zoom in a little bit. Right who will now be able to do what resulting in this? Okay, so we had, what was it privacy and security related issues? I'm already maybe I should just do another one. Otherwise I'm already solving it forever. I'm just gonna chill out now. I'm just gonna pick it another one for this one. So how can I already know address controller benefit VR accessibility for people with quadriplegia Okay, so who will now be able to do what resulting in this Okay, so who is clearly you know, quadriplegics
writing that correctly will be able to use VR
will do will be able to do what so they will be able to use we are the same way
able users easily
something like that, right. It's not quite the while but I got the who want what you probably want to think a little bit more about the ballpark. Okay. And yeah, what's the meaning of the concept? It just means the hill that you're going to climb? It's it's a concept from UX design. Obviously with who what, wow, it doesn't relate. It's not an acronym or anything. It just means like, you know, like, this is the hill I'm going to climb this is sort of my goal and it's called Hills IBM method that by the extents of the design thinking team, okay, so you just do something like this, right? So right, who will now be able to do what resulting in this wow, you might give it a couple of tricks I know your first one might not be good, you might do one sticking to another one to get that sorted. And then the last one is sort of caption it right like, give this idea a caption. So describe further the desired contributions you will use solution provides right and so again, we take yet another one. So I'll just take another thing here, the weight lifters one what are the best design principles for mobile fitness tracking for striking application for Olympic weightlifters? Okay. So design principles, weight lifters, Olympic and so the first desired contributions are Olympic. Oops the whole Olympic Oh Man Olympics will not be able to actually type this
will now be able to train on their phones
could be a desired contribution outcome right like because now they can use their mobile phones to train weightlifting. Make those phones extra heavy. So you'll have some wild ideas here but again, so how do you distinguish what from wow so wow is obviously you know, like why is it good? So who does what? Why is that thing awesome that they're doing so the WoW was a specifier for the what is like making that what awesome. That's to answer this question there. Okay, so that's it for that exercise. So do we do one problem per group? Yeah. So you do your problems. So each person has their problem. And please use sticky notes. So just take one of those stickies, no need to do extravagant stuff here at all, just toss the stickies on there for your own problem. Right now. This is basically an individual exercise together in a group and then once everyone has done it for their own vision, and you can do a couple you don't just have to do one. And then when you're done with that, you start the discussion, and I just explained caption, so I'll just explain that again. The caption is that you're just describing the contributions that the new solution provides a little bit further. So you can describe that a couple of times, right. So as I did again, the example this is one of the things that they can they can do. And it can be a couple of you can have a couple of captions essentially. It's just a caption isn't just like, an easy way to describe a couple of contributions that fit your sketch. And sketch is really just for you to do a little bit of a visual exercise like how do I you know, represent my problem? Not necessarily meant to be super serious, but it's just kind of to get you out there. Like how would I visually represent my problem, right? Obviously, with limited means of drawing with a mouse
or sketch, taking a picture with your phone. Okay,
so, that being said, We'll do this for a little bit. So I'll give you 15 minutes for that.
Maybe I'll give you much time you have.
Yeah. I'll give you 20. I'll give you 20 minutes for this before we come back here. I'll have a quick look. And then I'll pass it over into a discussion. So that segment and I by then we'll create the breakout to I can probably just create in the 20 minutes that we have. And then I'll be popping them into the breakout groups or question to you
would it help you to have those breakout
groups earlier? I think right now everyone's just kind of busy popping that in there. Okay, so why don't we get started setting up the breakout groups so that we can then have a discussion about these vignettes. Okay. And if you have any questions about the process, I'll be watching here. I'll be watching this for a little bit. And while I'm watching we'll make sure
that's possible. Perfect. Okay. Thank you. Well,
I guess if you already set up the rooms, I guess we could just put everyone in our rooms already in that way you can already.
I'll give you
I'll give you the 15 minutes because I've not been talking about five I'll give you the 15 minutes to wrap this up. And so we'll just maybe I'll do it on on your own. So we'll have some music here. And and then we'll start the breakout rooms because then I want you to have that discussion. Okay, so let's find somebody we have here sunshine jam.
She'll be it sounds good.
Oh, yeah, that's okay. 15 minutes, starting now. Let's go that's not she'll be No, I don't want she'll be. Here we go. So right now, this is an individual work, right. So right now, you're doing individual work in your boards, right. So we want to be in group boards. Yeah, exactly. You heard and this is not yet, right. Like this is a research question. So come in your case, you want to do something like this. Try and sketch them. It's gonna take you a bit miles, at least five minutes to do some sketching here and some visual representation, okay. But you can keep your research questions as a reminder of what you're doing, and then try to somehow have fun and a little bit of perspective on that. And yeah, okay, so Judy is asking I have a question about Hill means which while we can do more, which while the others already do, it's your Wow. Right? Like it's not other people's well, you want to have your wow
this is your solution. So you want to write who will now be able to do what? So that they can have that wow. And that wow, it's coming from your solution that you are proposing. This is essentially step one is problem two with solution. And step three is that solution changing the state of the world very quickly, and it kind of has seeped into into vision, your your paper
so that alright,
busy working this distracting, peeking in a little piece of bread, people watching like what I'm seeing out of this. Remember if you want to tie it together, like a group and then you can move it around All right, everyone, find your groups again, our groups are if you're unsure about what group you're in, they are on our writing website and find your name and email. And then you can put your group name there
and in the wealth
and admin, spend the timer and you will start discussing this in your groups. So make sure you have enough. Enough discussion material.
Ready for the group discussion?
If Miro reasons one of the things you can do actually is here if you collaborate as a way to see what I'm saying hello. So in the mirror interface, there's this piece here where you can hide collaborators curses, so if your computer's slow, is the most resource intensive thing in America is the collaborator cursor. So you can hide those and that will speed it up. Sometimes if you're if your computer is slow. There's a lot going on it might be released. Soon you have to refresh the page and hide those prisons incidentally. Otherwise, it'll be a resource of our mirrors, pretty big resource all dependent on computer speed. So definitely hide those curtains if you're struggling with mirrors. minus rows now. I wonder
too many people do anything. Let me just see Yeah, I had to reboot my hair could be a refresh, or it might be because of might be because there's kind of everything Yeah. Yeah.
If it's crashing, just refresh it, close the page and refresh. might just be because we are done here. And again, see how it goes collaborator. kursus COVID. That's going to be an
improvement. Oh yeah,
definitely. You can you can do it like neuron and Puppet trend. And just tag me on that you find them later as well and go into the question makes it a bit easier.
I try to keep them all names. So maybe keep them medium
I used to get small, I guess medium small and whatever works for you.
Depending on your zoom angle.
If I go to 100% I think small. Usually pretty good how'd you decide on Vicky one
so that it all fits on there
you will be good in seven minutes. Through breakout groups. Simon has already set up the breakout group,
then I'll be going through the breakout groups after I've explained this which is you're
okay we're sorry. Explain again to wow okay, so
Wow is actually why this
awesome right like right, who will be able to do what resulting in this Wow. In some amazing way. Like why why is that one? Great. Thinking about your Hilbert your goal, why is your outcome Great. Wow. Okay, so sketch in team yellow.
Where are you using? Sketch? The first one, this one. Okay. And what's the Oh, you want to? Yeah, so, you just select and then click this group, Objects button and that group and you can move it like that? Was that what you were looking at? Okay. All right. Yeah, for quite easy and, and group. Already group
that's already Group C, D team yellow again
yeah, if you have to, again,
sort of bedtime and timezone for you and if you want to revisit in North
Africa as well. Keep that open for coding. Okay.
And in about five minutes ish. We will open up breakout groups, and then we'll have a discussion about business
skills and captions. Oh, this is
like what you've done there. The icons look at this little robot. I always find that really fun. Bit of sketching problems just gives you a little perspective a little bit of a break from the hard thinking that how do you ungroup up here it goes like something like this, or shift energy.
So you just click this button here. And will allow you to ungroup
do we have to what an hour or is it fine to be in one sticky note? Yeah, so what how can be all in one syllable.
So the basically the structure of that sentence. So yeah, like credit quadriplegic due to use use the same way as easily and comfortably. Maybe that's the idea. You're gonna have to just
why that is a wow,
what if you got all the code it's like the second of the hill.
One of the study that you'll tell in your paper looking like not everyone got a bunch of people.
But lots of purple, some blue. So definitely, rather than exercise somebody skip out on this helpful once your groups have that discussion. Is the robot to get one how do I get the robot
made it lemonade lemonade. Can you where's the VR headset?
That's nice way to structure that's pretty good all right, we're so wrapped up in before we publicly. With the new good okay. All right, everyone had a good chance you sketch out and write and read your caption. Now what we're going to do is go into groups and consumer there is
something in every group. Definitely. Discussion. I want you to pass what is your main contribution according to introduce the start, and what do you need to do make a contribution. So And as we've gone through this,
we thought about which is sort of all idea and then we thought about which is defying our cognitive even further to the hill is kind of giving us the goal,
individual contribution the caption is that they click on contribution intellect, what would it respond its way into you could extract some point. So,
again, try to try to have some discussion in an argument. Likewise.
So firstly, what you've done, so I'll just call this one and
be like, explain, you know, this sort of my sketch here of somebody doing something.
And so investing in cryptocurrency mining, or training or making cryptocurrency? That's our health. The prices are the who are understanding which is what and then cryptocurrency wow, maybe we can make that a little. We don't but again that you can have
the caption or when things would be
learned through gaming platforms or PCs. Okay, your interest, then you'll say, I have an argument this is my solution. Getting maybe two into our options in here
that data all the way
up here. I'll just pop over here. An argument it's an empirical contribution. And then methodological division, theoretical contribution. If you can find one, then maybe discuss with what they think the commission could be here. I think way to get
started. So I will be certain to you timer here.
So again, your contribution type and also to the end. Thank you do that contribution again. I sat in the team asked the other player, what do they that you need to they think you need to do to make sure again, it's supposed to be interesting. You're not just presenting. So what do I need to do to make that video? What do you think I should do? That contribution?
division, division Do you agree with that?
Does anyone think different in your groups, you should have seen making? What do you envision what everyone asks you, again, to make that point about the economy and the quality of effort. Alright, so
here's my timer on presentation.
That being said, you about so much time scheduling again, here I have about 45 minutes. So why don't I give you about three minutes to regroup and for those discussions, and I'll be popping through the roof. And I'll be just listening in me in some of the discussions and you'll be entered group. Now. If you want to put everything through the GUI and be by yourself started crashing I can't be an all you know, come later to your group but into each room at the start. Just make sure that we're doing stuff okay. Now it's time to break out rooms.
I think you can do that or do it broadcasted
to all how do we do that? I just couldn't move I just couldn't move to no progress message. So I think you'll see some people in their breakout seeing something like seeing the breakout sign here. So COVID saying for him. And in here that Breakout Rooms got Aaron early carving KJ somewhere and no cover. You can move your room put in maybe somewhere
I wonder if the waiting when they come back. So you shouldn't get that message. says join Boom. Done. I think I do just
hop into that room so yeah, I'm trying to shoot that while so at least for currently, you know, your email, put a join. No, that makes sense because they really started working on the
solution here so carry on well, maybe they just don't Okay, so hopefully this will carry it seems to anyone else because right now so it's in here and they could still have issues finding rooms should I do a broadcast much? Too often? Please. If you are waiting on Windows pop up
Okay, so maybe we just have a case of still not actually in the computer for those
who are still in here. Any one of you in here? Either unmute yourself, talk to us, or send a text message but don't just assume you have your computer around.
Which is probably what's happening here. Yeah. So just people that are basically in contact with or they're not actually in the court or that okay? The courts in summary here oops. Start that timer. can identify the good control seems good. Okay, so this morning, I'm hopping through them and you'll just see if anyone has any questions okay. Okay, thank you. Yeah, definitely talk to him at this point. What does he need to do? To create and how would you find that solution?
Yeah, that's actually nice question. I
think the thing is when you're doing an artifact to use it can do a PM. Still at car isn't necessarily as full fledged. Maybe it's what your budget be, you know, in terms of evidence, that is actually what evidence you think you are sure.
How would you get that to see or, you know, how did how would you that information will distract How do you do that? Yeah, you should well you didn't like if, of course, if you're doing a balance it right like you need to make sure it's not. So you don't have that order.
But yeah, that's one of the ways that you could look at that you could get traction and like you couldn't measure distractions. Looking at, do it. Right, like look at what we can do. To just like Blink designed actions and it's up to you know, I think, approach them and that would work.
But yeah. Yeah
yeah, that's I have to up next room. Waiting. But I think that's an 18 minute. Everyone can speak a little bit. I think yes. Start with a distinction. Yeah. Just move on to the next person. Just keep those things. This is a good that's a good thing that you could do. One technique, give you some more that. Just get you to stick some thoughts with you. Okay, right. Thanks, everyone. For joining the next group. By So Go ahead. Yeah. chime in there saying, I think specificity is something that works without explanation. And
everyone just that you have all these discussions to make that
speak. So just find the people I just spoken. Actually one of the large ones. You just mean everyone kept on
time because I gotta hop over to this. But this way pardon this and the rest of you Don't think you haven't contributed you may chime in here is that what do you turn out like whether to?
Cut Yeah. Because this to me, like pericle The maybe maybe an artifact doing? Is that what you're doing? Oh, I thought you were in the perfect and yeah. Okay and then you have a you know, I would say you have looking at the people and your emotions. Really an empirical statement apparently. Okay, I just want to mark off the time, just to make sure we got left that everyone gets what's popping to teams now. What's going in your I think one person that isn't right here. Okay. I think it could be in pretty much that's my one. To one want to say this conceptually. That as well. This to me looks like. Again, you meet the artist for a project. Maybe you're building a new talent VR headset or maybe an update. And then you're and sometimes that happens and he also does that. Question is are those two papers built? The app and on the study? Or?
Its element maybe? No
Yeah, you just look at rocks paces. Like software really thinks that people sometimes the line is methodological, in the fact but article is something that other people can use. software or website but that's just a problem. So definitely.
Yeah, no. Tangible Okay, I have to pop over to Google to discuss. And by the way, if you're looking you had a you have a good creative Okay. Everyone. I gotta chime in there real quick. And then to the next team. But I just wanted to say you did a good job in basic research that you're doing. But I still I think so theoretically. It is. It is a system and it is sort of decision making in that
using clinical practice. As a similar thing, a clinical decision is hard right because it isn't particularly safe. It's very difficult. But like so clinical, for the artifact. A theory of the eye and those that want to adopt what it doesn't take away from practitioners do
clinical practitioner on AI, they're trustworthy, rely on them. Or do you want to do work on some new career paths that one medical person they can do? So Lina, look, look how it would look like if that is and yeah, sorry, but we're kind of slowly out of time. Yeah. No, no, we can go the extra mile that your group is actually the last year are much smaller that you talk so you're in this group two more okay. Okay. Now I'll let you I'll let you know. The last
five minutes or so to the timer. Thank you. You can also if you want to wanted to check in if you have Are you one by now
Okay, check in on progress so just just so they know which one was it? Yeah, but just so random rasp So is it the yellow okay gotcha. Gotcha. Okay haptic researchers canceled project. Yeah, this is not bad. Specificity the issue. I can say the answer to a motional haptics. State are more expressive in terms of what I can emotionally Express, so that emotions through thick and thin and
what kinds of would be think about your work envision here. Yeah. New research ideas. It's a little bit general right. So what type of comments usually here so if you live what do you envision your kid will? existing approaches, I guess. And is there a way to do that? I guess the haptics community kind of see. What what does this stuff that haptics
for as simple steps so some passivity correctly. like Excel
or more No it Unfortunately to the main section now, but I do think the I would focus on the user. And then kind of your comments, like who are avid users to be in there? I'd be more than one person.
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in quite an interesting discussion. I hope this was informative. I must say I really seen and it's really good and we have to change I'm going to do the rake so
applause when and this with break rooms and now who's the newest USB okay. You call that should work. Thanks, Cimarron. Yeah, I hope you have a great day. And we're going to manage to go so 10 minute break now and then our last which Cranfield
cut the interactive surrounding frame. Let's head out into a tenant and be right back. And the man have to re enable then, yeah. During a break, feel free to chat and chat. And yeah, look forward to seeing 10 minutes on the spot. All right. All right. We're back now. I was trying to do that Catherine. I don't know. We don't put Twitter limitations on going on. Just tried to look into it. Or anything like that happened? Look after the course about that. Or right. We're back with the finance. So what are we hearing? First of all, say going out the door. Okay, that's all good. Good to be good. Perfect. Just went through that. Before we went to this one to go badly
as we've gone through
this, gone through, sketching out how you maybe into an extra net. Just wanted to mention that is suitable for that. We go into editing. Right now I'm just giving of course this morning with you right into the habit of life it's it's the only thing that book is in the edit later. Sort of the rough like you know, nothing. Worked on papers which are rough stuff, but what I do often through the testing week, you can probably get it done what else? Questions everyone is different. But point of view. It's like a lot more out and you got to have a lawn to the to the students to vote together as our is the editor. We try to break it up into parts. So this is how you get out of you. Get up into points. You know, you can or via polls that I like that. That's really a bunch of content. You can get them on YouTube
right do that. Once I've done on paper that I usually put on the bullet points, you know, to
making sure that the look that I'm trying to make paragraph I turned that into a bullet point at one parent that
first I just cannot get points and the nonsense and by that I don't. But it makes me unique. It's nice to have some of the rough sketching. Because in the book I needed to say the same
thing using points is actually better to be S and B and that ratio works.
makes it all so really makes you think and then create the sector create categories for the globe. And so that
idea of different ways and you will have you're ready you're getting out. You're getting ready. The hardest part that sections you you created the okay out together another your points to the query and make it readable
language at the end of the key trick to how to write like the source right so ugly process and editing is all you know editing principle the Pareto it's time sort of 80% time to celebrate we're getting sort of the version of what I was doing easier. It's still pretty tough. This was cup of coffee. And here we are going into what you have planned for the
day before. Before we go into this I don't know if I go into the exercise today. I do want to talk a little bit but let us know what you're going to do. Your own title app locked. You use these to get the proper CHI paper so answering those essentially what's your point and so if you can find these two answers.
You're in pretty good shape. Yeah, first of all the finding the problem. We already did the extra course where we look at the research. Question. I've done really good work phrasing that research should be no
problem. And then to really think about what problem to solve, I think have a problem and nail down what it's like your situation that are set for work problem agitation. Alright, you got the problem. You got to add it to the why is it important? So that we get the emotional states if you can, this is one way or at least like that really helps me motional connection that's fine. What problem what is it that we can we solve the problem? That should be the easiest thing
that you're going to do in terms of
there. But that's about how do we sell goods to the right.
And went into the discussion. This is part of the abstract. It's part of the
basic UI section. It's focused on this question, a good solution to the problem what can make it so that we know there's a good solution to the questions help you not only to feel encouraged to help you straight via paper
all of these bits and pieces can be thought of fleshing out the rest of the process any doing scamp. The bullets maximum finish bullet not too many. But among all of these
points and start with the points interviewers can you don't have to do that. But we'll give you half an hour and a bit of time to get to the heart of this. I want you to
know those bullet points. Maybe we'll do that. Did want to talk a little bit of a dive right into exercise. Again, if you're coming area on this back we can go to the left and go
and create. Create. We go to the but it's the tool right here. And then you can choose which I would go with any just go with custom frame and then you just drop it back back before before you can and then click frame and why don't want it there so frame is a bit weird because he just clicked into it and won't actually start so you don't need to do that once you click it here.
You're gonna start
doing stuff you named here. I will click on the name and if you want to know okay so just copy my data and then copy that right next to it. Hit the 100 100 so that your it's the one not the movement see that button. Zoom to
100% and then we're at 101
You can do that either with a sample. Start like or throwing in some stickies for yourself. sticky and you're in and then I'll throw noggin and then we can talk. Yes
that's how I would do it. Then I probably I'd just be creating some I would be awesome and copy the questions. So let's do a text tool. And these questions leave those for you to click in and copy of the next tool and then and then we can start pulling and then do the same here to chop it into text and yeah there but essentially you're gonna have the title doing that. So I think just toss the questions and when you're done with it. Talk to little parents have a
little intro prayer. That's probably the best way. But yeah, I would probably put the question up here. So now we got the questions wonderful. And then we can just go oh my god yeah, and then I would call feel free to steal that if you want your own maybe makes it easier and want to that's what we're doing before time runs out and should be nice starting if you have any questions just bullet points. See people are putting in look really good times. Okay, corporate ones are either on the top and then you got yourself a nice cool name for the color green okay yeah, recording losses on the notion that's okay. Yeah, probably the follow up and I will be password. I'll be sending for the video. Email after probably not as funky as anyone else enjoy I should probably just be pretty quick just tell some more over here. Your time you can just send you can get free to use any of those being in the frame
stand to look
good. Like team left side presenter Well, that's a lot of scrutiny the times over the groove in between. Can see everyone's doing? Maybe for always think about like why would it hurt if you don't? Again, think of how much or how much does not some of them
and then you got yourself an emotional
hook? Yeah, if you don't have a solution
you might not have the study. But
envisioning would it be about? Try to keep your rights to the things that matter. Well ram the way to get a current so if you haven't found for you to spend some more time you're not solving. Do you want to know what the problem
focused on the solution already?
Have to a little bit better because you're very strong. But the solution already seems to me like why don't why do people need haptics? And what's the feedback? The biggest? That's right. What the multimodal is good job think the hardest part we're gonna find you know domain specific stuff but mainly I want to do this out of that box of domains not to five year old and just start with how to attend but it's too early in my field. Okay, I'm sorry my group shall be Yeah, some. We need to insignia you gotta be first. Right? You're already been come to like one Why do we like think one already too close? Yeah, like just and what's that defeated? What about the difficulty? Okay. But first we need to know it are important Yeah, I guess the Why don't like what is attendance like a sentence what is attention guidance?
Just what you did right.
What it's not how pollution it's just this. This is all good. But pines actually say now sure that it's a good solution. What did the like you might not have. So you mentioned doing you haven't done the study. Just get right like the parents. So how do you improve in the sight of parents yes. All that stuff.
This one that I'm looking at?
Clicking. You're trying to over and over emphasize problem is a trap is it thinking sample? I think it's trust really look at this and this one here. I mean,
think subjective and objective self
object to replicate. You're talking about data logger. Yeah, related. Like that is your thing think a bit more about me, too is I don't know if I can trust them. Due to me losing focus on the pain points. So that's a good a probably have the kind of the heart and your direction there.
still a work in progress and if you design and become one I like the idea that's a pretty cool project you're working in. Again, the first one is just this. This This doesn't give you the just means this is what the current state of the show no answer because you're comparing it to that. What it's like to doesn't make an all over past post COVID But so this is not why it's important just players. Why is it important and what are those significant events out here? That's just what again, this is actually into the web conferencing tools and remote learning it's pretty broad.
I think this is on your topics. Yeah. Yeah. Success. The sort of the space that you're exploring right now to your venture, and it's in some state what are ASD children? Patient what is like what is the thing? Is it is it just can't make the point that I'm already I'm already ruined anyways yeah. Back over get a bit of a feel for from what I've seen everyone's job some more time I pop back into someone. I can maybe get into this. Here but from what I've seen already looking at everything. I do not think it is that go to nya. Because she's on the spot now. You're cutting we haven't this what's the we have a problem? So hey, Chuck roll in aesthetic decision may have stayed like that, to partnerships in human workers, high stakes encountered and how to put trust inside.
And what are you actually that baseline in health care. Apps, you could say it is that catchy. I'm more than humans in humans humans need to put tracking need to try a court system statement even not a problem. Division statement almost a vision statement with Ross's statement like this. In a ROB statement,
I'll be making some notes as humans can Hey, I suppose you know, I don't know what kind of phrase it is. Yeah, I can. I might be complete with to do some salt point system. You know, click and let's just supports this systems require B trust to be used and so that's rephrase. But, in fact, you're still not
what am I doing here? So if that thing then right. So the opposite is AI systems Inverloch. Got a base. That's a pretty tough problem that we can work off all right, like now we've got a home. Hello there okay. So this is a problem.
Reading this, that's the place you want to be and trust me to work back with what the heck is it? So you just think you know what I mean. But now we've got some of the problem that we can go to and then have this thing. I just almost hate that I already which is oh, I killed it. What did I do? Well, it's not the Simpsons. Just thought I deleted all this trust to be successful in the practice a little bit important I thought how I would start kind of distributed as capabilities you're trying to achieve to one one aspiration per cluster each of the cells make it easier. You can do that. Face distrust leads to capabilities to stop right there has to be points that I'm mix it up a little bit poor decision making is evolvement the stakes have never been heard. Am I actually giving them knives? But no, I think those knives
I'm sorry. This isn't
just in this bottle.
Whoever has researched this
Yeah, the medical AI stuff. The stakes have never been Ah, good. Memory needs to go somewhere. That is the kind of you know if you listen to the podcast that talks about the end of be a good thing. We
just kind of talked about this and with that, which is cool. I can pull that off again. i It's important. Yeah. No different than paper is not possible. For trust building culture. Good design guidelines for training. I bet. That's kind of how you'd start. And I know that's a bit much if you haven't actually gathered
next step. Anyways long enough. But yeah, that's working your way through and I guess time gives me but step would then we ate let's just do it. You're not feeling good. By the
office. The problem state like hot abstract right. In those moments in either of the problem statement. Obviously. So I want to do the colon. So I will probably do.
So you could go for how it's I got a good one. Call me out and get your thing in. It's funny you can call me trust pretty awesome. Pretty good. You got to put me in the technology. That was fun, but the cheesy title Oh, you know what oh man solution in Canada. And I don't really either works for the call center, which was a mobile app. It did get bad keep that keep that in mind. It's kind of running low on time. Crusade and you're going to these types of
people didn't want to because one of them was asking what people are struggling also
ask you that supervisor that I can quite often to try and fix a little not not that not a little bit with actually discuss discussion section so what why are we doing this it's not a trap, but don't you return to the tables in yours What can the great thing that we see you know Jr. is two papers that I have had. Finally, just making meeting that were kind of like know what happened to my own Xbox, not changing Wii games and then by just the specific event then you're just saying and this is new. See this? Like how Call of Duty is what the newspaper was paper about your research finding pong and there was some memory or something. And so like, don't do that. No.
You don't do that as an offering. You have to make sure that you're you know, so you know, like the status say, Okay, there's about half this is because of those claims so me responding the case and seeing the relevant literature work and you will and that's kind of what I'm getting fined. contribution to, again, sort of contribution first. It was good to record papers along with the talk, but it's on average what what scientific, and so after the football
game it's good to signpost and reminder methods and routines your work and or problem followed to a tee. And then now you're just okay. We again what I was asking for research how am I making that by that you're fine.
Then we're out of junior year. This is kind of the civilian world because the discussion you get back found to the related web now of course. Go pegleg a couple of things that after the month
later but you want to tap in at work and say my improving
not to be standing all of that and so research do they align things or do they contradict each other?
Heard of it? It is so the questions you're doing in the in the discussion. He does not. Do not
do a summary Don't you really? What do you need? I need you to sit
to have that discussion to say that other other things, okay. Similar. Make yourself it's really the key. Maybe this is a claim we can do. Maybe this is a claim that
this is how it relates and then did they tickle me have to happen because you clearly have the heavy theorists much more in our contribution in the My neighbor's the leaves on the lawn but anyways, so sometimes we have those practical we have them because we are we
in such as we often have that in to the there's nothing like starting to like blank like I say some implications. Do state just can't be done right okay I need to sound implication but I have nobody there or vision the external space and that's not the case. We just need it Okay. The first approach, specifically like systematic whatnot just so that we have Okay, and so we want to take why findings are supported? Often much better if you can see. Every one of the people that enforce limitations I don't think I've actually reviewed many papers. Didn't have any
limitations Second, you need limited, but risque aren't have an open standard that's not what that's for. Let's be realistic.
Why don't we can do a three two, because this is why it's called and then do you know sections I have labeled it a section. Graph. I like conclusions here. Just a quick one, we are going to how I've answered this is you know how you take steps to kind of give you an idea. It's kind of been the lecture one not exercise with things somebody or you have access to and in that course if you're interested to this general this structure is what was brought by doing right here to do picking my niche for this matters at LAX let me refine kind of refined the downgrade and kind of review roundup for a few years with most students started with books first ride section that we did learn in grad school right like you just came in this bigger picture and the company look out of the window again. But specifically here looks really broadening it was a bit to the state of the art again. And now I want to do this 10 minutes off the top here we get the feedback but I would really think what's useful that's all reflection to take as a reflection moment as you found useful for your own learning. And maybe some more beat and then of course pointed Open Well yeah so if resources or do you want to extend the year up here I tossed in a little bit of books and references but yeah, if you have anything where you have feel free to toss that in. Toss a couple of days
Here's another question
about the past. Then reviewers because they're so essentially in your paper decisions you're looking at so one ACM the external reviewers are giving the system the elected by the ACS blue seas or the waters decision about the job then that they can have it oh okay ratings do not matter much and the paper is going to
be external reviews ratings.
They are easily seen at the end of the day us I think that's their total important decision and they're just keeping this comes down to the most independent spinning you worry about the nomenclature I used to use the paper sacrilege chair zero if you want good if you want to hear it was awesome to see you two people because it was so toxic to the time as an instructor just as the last reminder right side at the end of the leaderboards. They want people to start to receive challenges just basically everything eventually. It's not enough to kind of just if you've got this promotion around them point right here bring to town
okay, I lost my control
stop here. So, if you want the link I'll send it to you with an email if you want to go there on to the testable questions otherwise hanging variables pulling away until
the very end is exhausting.
And I hope to see how it's different time zones in the world and potentially make the recording available. I'll see you on day. 72 That's I mean, that's in the future that was accepted. Thank you everyone's thanks again. Tomorrow. It's