Dr. Wiedenbeck's research interests include human-computer interaction, empirical studies of end-user programming, including collaborative aspects of end-user programming, and computer training and individual factors that affect learning and use of end users.
Human-computer interaction, end-user programming/end-user development, empirical studies of programmers, interface design and evaluation
- BA, History University of Michigan
- MA, History University of Toronto
- MLS, University of Toronto
- Information Science, University of Pittsburgh
- Towards a Taxonomy of Errors in HTML and CSS, Park, T.H., Saxena, A., Jagannath, S., Wiedenbeck, S, Forte, A., Proceedings of the Ninth International Workshop on Computing Education Research (ICER).
- Children as Webmakers: Designing a Web Editor for Beginners, Park T.H, Magee, R., Wiedenbeck, S., Forte, A., ACM Interaction Design and Children (IDC), 4p.
- openHTML designing a transitional web for novices editor for novices, Park, T.H., Sexena, A., Jagannath, S., Wiedenbeck, S., Forte A.ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems: CHI ’13 Extended Abstracts, 1863-1868.
- Online Trust and Health Information Websites, Corritore, C., Wiedenbeck, S., Kracher, B., Marble, R.P. Technology and Human Interaction, 8(4), 115-192.
- Exploring affective computing for enhancing museum experience with online collections, Park, J., Chae, G., Stein, R., MacDonald, C., Wiedenbeck, S., Kim, J., Museums and the Web, 1-16.