The lists below provide links to information you may find helpful for collaborating with others, resources for interactive design / usability testing, learning software, and building a website.

Behance.net Show creative work
Doodle.com Scheduling
Dribbble.com Display design work
Feedly.com Read about special interest websites
HFES Career CenterJob postings
Indeed.com Job search enginge
Join me.com Virtual meetings
Lucidchart.com Create diagrams

Cropper.com Screen image grabber
Freemind.net Mind Mapping software
Gliffy Flowcharts, diagrams, floor plans, tech drawings, etc.
hcitools Human computer interaction tools online
Powtoon.com Create animated videos and presentations
Randomizer.org Randomizing trials
SUS Sheet Satisfaction Usability Scale (SUS) automatic scoring spreadsheet
Tagcrowd.com Tag clouds
Usefulusability.com Remote usability testing
Usability.gov Usability Website

Axure.com Axure tutorials
Camtasia-Techsmith.com Camtasia tutorials
Lynda.com Ask a psychology faculty member for login/password
Mathworks.com Matlab application coding
Morae-Techsmith.com Morae tutorials
Students-Axure Axure student software request

These articles are an alternative option to participating in research studies through SONA. Click on the title of an article to get the PDF. To complete this alternative requirement, please see your instructor’s syllabus as different courses have different requirements for this option.

Research Articles
Hunger Games: Fluctuations in Blood Glucose Levels Influence Support for Social Welfare
The Gargle Effect: Rinsing the Mouth With Glucose Enhances Self-Control
Trust in Me: Trustworthy Others Are Seen as More Physically Similar to the Self
Young Children Are Intrinsically Motivated to See Others Helped Young-Children

Flickr.com Free pictures
Javascriptkit.com Free cut and paste JAVA script
Panabee.com Domain verification
Pspad.com Free HTML text editor
Pdfescape.com Convert documents from and to PDFs
Quikqr.com QR code generator
Weebly.com Website template
Wetransfer.com Send large files
Purdue OWL APA (6th ed.). Guidelines

Directions to the Research Lab

Once you are in Murphy hall go to the elevators/stairs and go to the second floor. There you will come to a lobby and take a left. Go down the hallway and take another left. Walk down the hallway until you see another hallway next to a computer lab. This will be room 211. Here there are multiple rooms for research, so please review your SONA account for the date, time, and location for your research study. Below is a PDF of the layout for the second floor of Murphy hall with red arrows directing you to the research lab.