Modified-Delphi Card Sorting Research Published

We are pleased to publish Celeste Lyn Paul's report on Modified-Delphi Card Sorting, a research project funded by the Information Architecture Institute's 2006 Progress Grant. If you caught Celeste's presentation at the IA Summit 2006, you may be familiar with her method for dealing with the draw backs of open card sorting.

This report provides background information on the card sorting problem, methods Celeste has drawn from, and describes the research activities she has conducted to validate the method. Comments and questions are more than welcome. Please forward comments to Celeste at celeste.paul AT ubalt DOT edu.

View the report:Investigation of Applying the Delphi Method to a New Card Sorting Technique

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