Computer-Aided Protocol Analysis of Writing Processes
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With increased interest in process analysis of writing has come an expanded role for computers. Records of written and verbal protocols are made by capturing keystrokes and speech, playing them back on videotape, and then coding, second by second, the duration, frequency, and effort of various writing subprocesses as they unfold. In this paper we introduce a new approach to analyzing think-aloud and resource allocation protocols in writing research and describe how analyses of them can add to current models of writing.
Medicine and Health Sciences
Process Analysis, Writing, Written Protocols, Verbal Protocols, Keystrokes, Speech, Think-Aloud, Resource Allocation
Levy, Michael C. and Ransdell, Sarah Ellen PhD, "Computer-Aided Protocol Analysis of Writing Processes" (1994). Department of Health Sciences Faculty Articles. 244.