ESPIM System: Interface Evolution to Enable Authoring and Interaction with Multimedia Intervention Programs

  • Kamila R.H. Rodrigues USP
  • Bruna C.R. Cunha USP
  • Isabela Zaine USP
  • Caio C. Viel USP
  • Leonardo F. Scalco USP
  • Maria G.C. Pimentel USP

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Collecting data and carrying out interventions with different populations of interest is a common procedure in the professional life of specialists such as psychologists, gerontologists, etc. The ESPIM is a platform designed to enable the authoring of intervention programs by specialists of different domains. The programs authoring is done via a Web interface, and a mobile player is used to display the intervention programs elaborated for the populations of interest of these specialists. This paper reports on the evolution and improvement of the components of this platform. Evaluations conducted with health and education experts point out that the current Web version of the platform is effective for program authoring and is easy to use. Meanwhile, the mobile player has been used by populations of interest of these experts who report on ease of use and engagement with intervention programs. Two real studies using the ESPIM are discussed in this paper and the analyzes conducted in the data collected indicates that most of the participants had a more positive experience with programs when the interaction involves multimedia resources, such as videos, images and audios.
Palavras-chave: Web Authoring, Multimedia Intervention Programs, Player Mobile, ESPIM, SENSEM
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16/10/2018
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RODRIGUES, Kamila R.H.; CUNHA, Bruna C.R.; ZAINE, Isabela; VIEL, Caio C.; SCALCO, Leonardo F.; PIMENTEL, Maria G.C.. ESPIM System: Interface Evolution to Enable Authoring and Interaction with Multimedia Intervention Programs. In: ANAIS PRINCIPAIS DO SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE SISTEMAS MULTIMÍDIA E WEB (WEBMEDIA), 24. , 2018, Salvador. Anais Principais do XXIV Simpósio Brasileiro de Multimídia e Web. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, oct. 2018 . p. 125-132.