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  • Bij participatief ontwerp worden de toekmostige gebruikers actief betrokken bij de ontwikkeling van het leernetwerk en worden technieken ingezet om informatie over deelnemers en hun doelen verzameld.
  • There are many ways to identify the needs of users, such as usability testing, interviewing users, discussions with business stakeholders, and conducting surveys. However one technique that has grown in popularity and acceptance is the use of personas: the development of archetypal users to direct the vision and design of a web solution.
  • Open Discovery Space Summer School presentation

    1. 1. ODS Summer SchoolRequirements analysis of WP8 Dr. Hendrik Drachsler
    2. 2. Goals of the session 2. Introduction 1. Who am I to ODS WP8 3. Participative design 4. Websort analysis
    3. 3. Who am I ? • 100 employees (R. Koper) • 2 R&D program’s • Learning and Cognition (P. Kirschner) • Technology-Enhanced Learning (M. Specht) • Master Active Learning (E. Boshuisen)
    4. 4. Who am I ? Assistant Professor Technology-Enhanced Learning Research topics:Learning Networks Learning Analytics Recommender Systems Personalization Mash-Ups Health2.0 Reseaerch2.0
    5. 5. Goals of the session 2. Introduction 1. Who am I to ODS WP8 3. Participative design 4. Websort analysis
    6. 6. Open Discovery Space – WP81. Data schemes & specifications: A review of existing metadata schemas for social data2. Usage/annotation data types & formatsA review of suitable data types and formats to store social data3. IPR & licensing requirements Review of privacy and legal requirements.4. Open & Linked social data for learning Review of Linked Open Data formats to exposing social data in order to facilitate the creation of a social data cloud around learning resources
    7. 7. Open Discovery Space – WP8
    8. 8. Goals of the session 2. Introduction 1. Who am I to ODS WP8 3. Participative design 4. Websort analysis
    9. 9. Participative design• Stakeholders (YOU) are directly involved in the design process ideas Requirements collection requirements Development of early prototypes feedback Feedback collection Adjustment Your context Implementation Your issues
    10. 10. Writing personas“Creation of an archetypal user that represent the needs of larger groups of users, in terms of their goals and personal characteristics.” (Alan Cooper)Although personas are fictitious, they are based onknowledge of real users.
    11. 11. ‘Irma’ a math teacher from NL – Is looking for innovative math teaching approaches and content – signs up at ODS repository – comments, tags, rates and bookmarks educational contente directly involved in the design process – becomes a member of the math special interest group – stays in contact over ODS communication services and social media – The ODS repository recommends peers and contents to her interests 11
    12. 12. ‘Irma’ a math teacher from NL – Irma follows some of recommendations and get in contact with new people – E.g., she gets in contact with André, a teacher from Francee directly involved in the design process – Together they improve an existing math lecture from the ODS repository, the students really appreciate their new teaching concept and other teacher become part of their group – After a while, Irma is known for her fresh teaching style she has many contacts 12 within the ODS repository
    13. 13. Outcome of a participative design Requirements analysis Technical plan13
    14. 14. Example: Handover.eu
    15. 15. Goals of the session 2. Introduction 1. Who am I to ODS WP8 3. Participative Design approach 4. Websort analysis
    16. 16. Websort analysisIt is based on post-itsclusteringWebsort is a computersupported approach tocluster single post-its /statements / ideas anddiscover similaritiesbetween your clusters.
    17. 17. Websort analysisQuestion"What kind of support do you need to provide innovativeteaching at your school?"AimGather feedback to further improve the ODS repositorybut also taking into account your local constraints andoptions
    18. 18. Websort analysisStep 1: Open the linkFirst of all, please click on the following link:http://bit.ly/Crete2012h
    19. 19. Websort analysisStep 2: LoginYou can login by entering your email address and then,click on “GO”.c
    20. 20. Websort analysisStep 3: Start clustering1. Drag an item from left to the white area in the middle ofthe screen and give it a category name2. Get the NEXT item and drag it either into an alreadyexisting category (if you think it belongs to that) or create aNEW category
    21. 21. Websort analysisStep 4: Keep going on!Repeat with the remaining items, cluster items that belongtogether.Final Step 5: Great! You are done.When you finished grouping all the items in list, the listlooks empty and you can click on “I’m Done!” in thebottom-right corner of the page.
    22. 22. Many thanks for your time!

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