Affectibility


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Af`fect`i`bil´i`ty


n.1.The quality or state of being affectible.
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In this paper, we explore the potential of the Affectibility concept (Hayashi & Baranauskas, 2011) in different scenarios throughout the use of low cost educational laptops, considered in the formal, informal and technical perspectives, as proposed by the Organizational Semiotics (Stamper, 1993; Stamper et al.
Within a socio-technical perspective and building upon less explored faces of usability, we have argued in (Hayashi & Baranauskas, 2011) that Affectibility should be taken into consideration in the context of educational technology.
Therefore, we argue that not only the usability of a technological artifact should be considered in the design processes, but also its Affectibility (Hayashi & Baranauskas, 2011).