The usability evaluation of a digital book application (myON) for elementary school students
NA (site), NA (city),
From the abstract: "Over the past few decades, digital technologies have dramatically altered the learning tools available to students and teachers. myON is considered one of the key reading intervention programs that have contributed significantly in improving elementary school students' reading ability.The goal of this study is to understand how elementary school students acquired and utilized the digital book libraries through usability research. This involved understanding how the students use myON to find key information about a book and their experiences when interacting with myON website.
The research results show that 97% of success in task completion indicated that the website was effective which enables participants to complete their tasks successfully. The overall satisfaction score was above the average, indicating that the majority of the participants were satisfied with using the website. The common consensus among the participants was that myON was appropriate for enabling students to read different books online."
Citation: Alfageh, D., & Demir, F. (2018). The usability evaluation of a digital book application for elementary school students. International Journal of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, 3(18), 27-33.
The full article is available online.
For information about research not available electronically, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.