Re: New proposal on updating our user research module

Hi, Lisa. This new plan sounds good to me. I don't think I have the
bandwidth to help with Step 1 in December, but I can definitely help with
Step 2 starting in January. I'm hoping others can do the same—very
important work for publishing the next version of Making Content Usable!

On Tue, Nov 28, 2023 at 8:09 AM Lisa Seeman <> wrote:

> Hi Folks
> I  understand that it is a lot to ask for people to perform a
> literary review or review ten papers. However we do need to update our user
> research before we can republish.
> So I am suggesting a different plan, so that people can review a
> single paper that interests them. Of course more papers are better, but it
> can help it fit into our schedules.
> Please look at the new plan bellow. Does this look like something you can
> participate in? (Especially step 2)
> *Step 1 Putting together a list of papers to review.*
> I can do this myself but would rather work with someone. It would be
> performing searches for both disability types and functional needs. I would
> like to get this done before the end of 2023.
> *Step 2.  Reviewing paper and collecting key points*
> Hear we would need people to review/read the papers. We will need people
> to undertake to review specific papers that interest them. We can have
> working meeting to support each other while reviewing and help each other
> record the findings.  I assume it will last until March 2024.
> We can also collect results of other organisations research.
> *Step 3. Analysis  *Seeing where our documents need to be changed.
> Looking for themes etc.
> --
> All the best
> Lisa Seeman-Horwitz
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