John Eklund

Author: John Eklund


Usability Consultant and elearning specialist

Located in Sydney, Australia
· Human Factors & HCI in the design and evaluation of new technology
· Usability evaluation and User Centred Design
· Software quality and Standards
· Instructional design
· Qualitative and quantitative analysis

PhD (Sydney University), MEd(Sydney University), BSc DipEd (The University of Wollongong)


Publication period start: 2000
Number of co-authors: 6


Number of publications with favourite co-authors
Alfred Kobsa
Peter Brawn
Ken Sinclair

Productive Colleagues

Most productive colleagues in number of publications
Alfred Kobsa
Wendy Hall
Peter Brusilovsky


Eklund, John (2006): Usability Testing - Is it really worth it?. In Information Age, 0 (0) pp. 26-29.

Eklund, John, Sinclair, Ken (2000): An empirical appraisal of the effectiveness of adaptive interfaces for instructional syste. In Educational Technology & Society, 3 (4) pp. .

Bra, Paul De, Brusilovsky, Peter, Eklund, John, Hall, Wendy, Kobsa, Alfred (1999): Adaptive Hypermedia: Purpose, Methods, and Techniques. In: Hypertext 99 - Proceedings of the Tenth ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia February 21-25, 1999, Darmstadt, Germany. pp. 199-200.

Eklund, John (1999): The role of student knowledge in the design of computer-based learning environments. In Educational Technology & Society, 2 (1) pp. .

Eklund, John, Brawn, Peter (2005): Experience in delivering a commercial eyetracking service. In: HCI INternational July 2005, 2005, Las Vegas.

Eklund, John (2004): Driving the Future of e-Learning. In: Fenstrom, Ken (eds.) The Fifth International Conference on Communication Technologies in Education July 1-3 2004, 2004, . pp. 2-13.