QUESTION 1 True
Menus force users to recall the syntax of a command from memory.菜單強制用戶從內存中調用命令的語法
QUESTION 2 Data entry of text or numeric values
When is form fillin a more attractive approach than menu selection?什么時候表單填寫比菜單選擇更有吸引力的方法？
Choosing an item from a list.從列表中選擇項目
Data entry of text or numeric values文本或數值的數據輸入
When the grouping and sequence of menu items needs to be optimized當需要優化菜單項的分組和順序時
When the users want to indicate their choice by pointing at their choice當用戶想通過指向他們的選擇來表明他們的選擇時
QUESTION 3 True
The most common solution to allow a user to select options, perform limited data entry or review error messages is a dialog-box.允許用戶選擇選項，執行有限數據輸入或查看錯誤消息的最常見解決方案是對話框
QUESTION 4 Alphabetical.
Suppose you are designing a menu to list songs on an MP3 player that has a capacity to hold a thousand songs. Which of the following ways should you organize the songs to lead to shorter response times by the user?假設您正在設計一個菜單來列出MP3播放器上的歌曲，該歌曲能夠容納一千首歌曲。 您應該通過以下哪種方式組織歌曲以縮短用戶的響應時間？
Categorized by artist.
Categorized by file size.
QUESTION 5 Gray the item out.
Positional consistency is a strong principle for good menu design and it is best to do what when an item is no longer available for selection in a menu?
Remove the item.
Gray the item out.
Allow user to select the item, but the corresponding action will not perform.
Provide an instruction saying not to use this selection.
QUESTION 6 True
In order to deal with this depth-breadth trade-off, breadth (more items per level, but less level) breadth is preferred over depth (less items per level, but more levels).
QUESTION 7 False
When menus vary their sequence of items adaptively to reflect pattern of use (i.e. moving the most frequently selected objects towards the top), users generally prefer this method.
QUESTION 8 True
Audio menus can be useful when one's hands and eyes are busy, or to assist vision-impaired users.
QUESTION 9 All of the above
In order for a computer language to be effective, it should...
Represent the user's tasks.
Satisfy the human needs for communication.
Be easy to record, manipulate and display the language on a computer.
All of the above
QUESTION 10 True
The primary difference between a command language and a menu-selection system is command-language users must recall notation and initiate the action.
QUESTION 11 False
Command languages are more effective if you provide an exorbitant number of objects and actions, so that the user will be more likely to communicate with commands that seem natural to them.
QUESTION 12 True
Using a metaphor as a part of an interface can aid learning, problem solving and retention. The designer should choose a metaphor closer to the computer domain.
QUESTION 13 True
Visual distractions or noisy environments interfere with cognitive processing.
QUESTION 14 True
Selection menus provide meaningful structure. This property is also beneficial for command languages.
QUESTION 15 True True
Unix is a successful operating system because its command language uses obvious naming strategies for its various commands.
QUESTION 16 True
Natural language interaction a good strategy to use for input.
Much spam comes from small companies and individuals who take advantage of the low cost of e- mail to send blanket notices to huge lists of unfiltered e- mail addresses.
QUESTION 18 False
There has been little progress with regard to input-output devices since computers first became widely available in the 1960s.
QUESTION 19 Provide additional function keys along the top row of the keyboard.
Modern keyboards have been refined carefully and tested thoroughly in order to provide the user with maximum versatility. Which of the following choices is the most important characteristic of a keyboard in order to assist in touch-typing?
Provide LED lights for the CAPS LOCK key.
Place a calculator-style number pad as part the right of the keyboard.
Tune the force and displacement of the keys carefully so that when it is pressed, it depresses and produces a subtle clicking noise.
Provide additional function keys along the top row of the keyboard.
QUESTION 20 Mouse False
Which of the following devices are direct-control pointing devices?
QUESTION 21 False
Pointing devices are always faster than a keyboard control for the same operation for visually impaired users.
QUESTION 22 The time it takes to point to a target based on width and distance.
Fitt's law is a predictive model of time and what does it predict?
The number of words-per-minute a user can type.
The time it takes to point to a target based on width and distance.
The speed at which the data density of circuits increases over time.
The time it takes for a computer to audibly output a text document.
QUESTION 23 True
Speech is not an ideal interface for word processors because voice commanding is more demanding of the user's working memory than is hand-eye coordination.
QUESTION 24 False
Modern computers are alienating and anti-human.
QUESTION 25 None of the above.
Why can designing a system for cooperation be a challenge?
Balancing the subtle questions of trust, etiquette, deceit and potentially abusive behavior.
People generally do not want to cooperate, as they find it unsatisfying and unproductive.
There hasn't been any research done on cooperation due to the multiplicity of users.
None of the above.
QUESTION 26 True
Research in cooperative interfaces is often more complicated than in single user interfaces.
QUESTION 27 True
The way the conversations are managed and moderated tends to have a higher complexity in online communities.
QUESTION 28 True
For synchronous exchanges of messages among a stable set of participants, the preferred user interface is text-based chat.
QUESTION 29 Facilitates broader input into the meeting process and reduces the chance that only a few people will dominate the meeting.
Which of the following is a benefit of electronic meeting systems?
Participants can add their contributions by projecting their displays for the group to see.
Increases eye contact among the participants.
Facilitates broader input into the meeting process and reduces the chance that only a few people will dominate the meeting.
Guarantees meeting will be lively due to aesthetically pleasing slides.
QUESTION 30 True
In small-group collaborative-learning experiences among students pairs often learn better than individuals.