Context, Task, Resource (CTR)

related: Accessibility
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Interoperable Health Care with Codified Structured Shared Observations. The computer standardizes a precise accessible observational language between all care providers.



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Bottom Line: Simulation improves the better that the CTR stories resemble an improvisational story-line (example: the TV show “Whose Line is it Anyway?”) because it expands our ability to test out our design ideas.

"Here’s the context (context goes here).  You need to accomplish task (task goes here), and all you have are these resources (resources here)."
"Here’s the context (context goes here). You need to accomplish task (task goes here), and all you have are these resources (resources here)."


Example CTR Stories
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Context
Task
Resources




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You were selected as the point of contact [???] to participate in a model and your information has already entered in for you from your previous entry (application)
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“You work at a Home Health Agency (HHA) and you have received a letter from [Rob Flemmings from HHVBP - Home Health Value Based Purchasing]] instructing you to access your electronic account”
Access the electronic account for your HHA
  1. *Some Letter you received in the mail from [Some Organization]
  2. A Computer with access to the internet
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“Your HHA has been participating with a Model for 4 months. You would like feedback on how well your HHA is performing”
Locate and retrieve Quality Reporting information for your HHA
  1. Electronic Access to RF
  2. A Computer with access to the internet

Types of User Experience Context

source: Reusable User eXperience (RUX)
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Not all resources are secured by an administrator. Two Examples: 1) Tony Calice specifically uses non-secured assets to share information. 2) Some People use Google to verify address information

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Satirical Article from the Onion about a User's experience with a Computer and the Computer's experience with a User

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The User's Behavior is unpredictable/suprising without three pieces of information "Context", "Task", and "Resources"

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The system doesn't require human readable data to perform tasks... unless the task is to make information available to a human.


Introduction to Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA)


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Braille is not part of the common school curriculum. Consequently, visually impaired users with a common education become illiterate users who can't read/write braille.

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Extremely sophisticated users (Braille Literate and Technically Literate) can use sophisticated hardware that uses the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards. The W3C standard is "Web Accessibility Initiative - Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA)"