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User testing

  1. 1. The Concept
  2. 2. icchā A learning platform that empowers refugees and volunteer tutors. In Nepali, it means “a desire, a wish, a will”
  3. 3. Concept Goals: 1. Help refugees gain English communication skills 2. Allow volunteers to rapidly create content 3. Equip refugees the opportunity to practice content during the week
  4. 4. icchā : Components Web Interface iPod / mp3 Digital Component Physical Component Creating, Sharing & Viewing Portable, Sharing & Viewing (Possible donation/fundraiser project)
  5. 5. FORGE If icchā proves to be a valid concept, they are willing to buy more iPods in the future.
  6. 6. [informal]User Testing Validating my concepts
  7. 7. Testing the concept 3 refugee families have an iPod Tutors have uploaded the playlists on the iPod Tutors told me their desired content
  8. 8. Creating the content Challenges: have to use GarageBand, Image Search/ Creation and iTunes Capturing & simplifying the lessons: vocabulary vs. basic phrases
  9. 9. ‣ Conveying clear concepts
  10. 10. ‣ How to teach basic phrases through repetition
  11. 11. ‣ Teaching verbs through a progression of files
  12. 12. Our visits to the family Prepared the alphabet (A-G) and numbers (1-9) Walked through the playlists Re-visited this past Saturday, gave more content
  13. 13. ‣ Tutor uses the iPod to teach material‣ Listen together, then correct pronunciation
  14. 14. ‣ Family members help each other on their English‣ They share the iPod
  15. 15. ‣ Synced iPod with new playlists‣ Received information about playlist/song usage
  16. 16. Super Analyzer [for itunes]
  17. 17. Super Analyzer [for itunes]
  18. 18. Super Analyzer [for itunes] Find ways to analyze a playlist vs just the artist Might be useful to tutors to see Times of day, # of times played during the week (separate when I listened to them vs when the refugees listened to the songs)
  19. 19. Whatʼs Next
  20. 20. Next Steps Figure out how to extract iTunes data Keep creating more playlists to explore the variety of information that can be captured Interface wireframes, branding Learn XML, find existing code

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