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Face To Face vs. Mediated Interaction. Joseph Miller Michael Osborn Jaclyn Duket Ohn’Jay Walker. Our thoughts about research in Human Computer Interaction-Design… Very engaging and large field full of online interactions as well as user based studies that can be carried out

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Face to face vs mediated interaction

Face To Face vs. Mediated Interaction

Joseph Miller Michael Osborn Jaclyn DuketOhn’Jay Walker


Undergraduate research

  • Our thoughts about research in Human Computer Interaction-Design…

  • Very engaging and large field full of online interactions as well as user based studies that can be carried out

  • Multitudes of different media platforms makes it pertinent to keep up with market and technology based communication

Undergraduate Research


Continual studies

  • In the future, students could go into a more in depth study of the comfortability factors online and what other things draw individuals to different types of communication rather than face to face

  • A study should be conducted in a way that shows how effective these new forms of mobile media and the ability to communicate online are in the younger society of children who are growing up around more computers then there were in the past.

Continual Studies


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