Problems and joys of reading research papers

desk covered in research papers

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Most of us are familiar with what it is to read a research paper and, at times, to struggle with it.

Writing an editorial for the Journal of Usability Studies, I took my own experience as a user and reader of research papers to discuss some of the obstacles to usability – and to share checklists and recommendations to help authors and their publishers to help us as readers.

Read the full article: Problems and joys of reading research papers for practitioner purposes in Journal of Usability Studies, Volume 3, Issue 1, November 2007, pp. 1-6.