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learn

(lĕrn)
To gain knowledge, understanding, or skill through study or practice.
[O.E. leornian]
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As for learnability, participants agreed that the app was easy to learn, with a low learning curve and it is self-explanatory.
There were 58 questions across five categories: screen design, system transparency, learnability, multimedia, and system capabilities.
The five parameters usability, accessibility, cognitive burden, learnability and user experience are used for evaluation of a website.
Usability: navigation, learnability, accessibility, consistency, and visual design
As shown in formula (9), the calculation method can be successively Scientificity, Technicality and Artistry, Learnability and Organization level evaluation level.
In this paper, a proposal for neutrosophic expert system for LMSs quality evaluation based on efficiency, learnability, memorability, error tolerance and user satisfaction for usability.
No mesmo sentido, Preece (2005) aponta que a usabilidade e dividida nas metas eficacia, eficiencia, seguranca, utilidade, learnability (facilidade de se aprender) e memorability (facilidade de se lembrar como se usa).
Table 1 shows that most of the respondents regardless of age place a high level of importance on the factors Efficiency, Effectiveness, Satisfaction, Learnability and Errors Handling.
It drills down further and identifies seven features of Usability: Effectiveness, Efficiency, Satisfaction, Learnability, Memorability, Errors, and Cognitive Load.
His research is in human-computer interaction, focused on understanding and improving software learnability in complex end user applications.
Usability aspects include efficiency of use, memorability, learnability, errors, and satisfaction.
There is a particular set of knowledge, physical skills, aptitude and learnability required to perform any job, and in order to hire the right person, there must be a clear understanding of what those skills and abilities are.