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Designing and Developing an Online
 Micro-Module on Sustainability for City
              University
         Amir Dotan, ...
Centre for HCI Design




Project brief
• Develop an online micro-module on sustainable
  development for all University s...
Centre for HCI Design




Research – Existing interactive applications related to sustainability
Centre for HCI Design




Research – Understanding sustainability
Centre for HCI Design




Research - Competitor analysis
Centre for HCI Design
Research – Student workshop
 Title
 Text
Centre for HCI Design




Research – Student workshop
Centre for HCI Design




Student personas
Centre for HCI Design




Exploring the topic and the personas’ student
experience in relation to it
Centre for HCI Design




Concept design
Prototype 1 – The 3 part journey
Prototype 1 – Formative evaluation using Silverback
Prototype 2 – Concept and prototyping (Historical narrative)
Prototype 2 – Final design (Using XHTML and CSS)
Prototype 2 – Formative evaluation
Prototype 2 – Summative evaluation

              Table 1: On completing the online module I feel I understand
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Prototype 2 – Summative evaluation

               Table 2: On completing the online module I feel I understand
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Prototype 2 – Summative evaluation

              Table 4: On completing the online module I feel I understand
           ...
Prototype 2 – Summative evaluation

                     Table 8: The module was easy to use (n=110)




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The Project brief was to develop an online micro-module on sustainable development for all City University London students with content provided by The Centre for Food Policy. The primary learning outcome was to help improve student and staff understanding of the core elements of sustainability, its broad principles and key frameworks. A web based module was developed by the Centre for Human Computer Interaction Design and piloted in November 2009 with 200 undergraduate students at City University London.

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  1. 1. Designing and Developing an Online Micro-Module on Sustainability for City University Amir Dotan, Tanya Ahmed and Neil Maiden Centre for HCI Design
  2. 2. Centre for HCI Design Project brief • Develop an online micro-module on sustainable development for all University students with content provided by The Centre for Food Policy • Learning outcomes included: • Help improve student and staff understanding of the core elements of sustainability, its broad principles and key frameworks • Outline simple steps with which the individual can engage with the complex task of improving sustainability • Realise the challenges and opportunities of building sustainability at City University London
  3. 3. Centre for HCI Design Research – Existing interactive applications related to sustainability
  4. 4. Centre for HCI Design Research – Understanding sustainability
  5. 5. Centre for HCI Design Research - Competitor analysis
  6. 6. Centre for HCI Design Research – Student workshop Title Text
  7. 7. Centre for HCI Design Research – Student workshop
  8. 8. Centre for HCI Design Student personas
  9. 9. Centre for HCI Design Exploring the topic and the personas’ student experience in relation to it
  10. 10. Centre for HCI Design Concept design
  11. 11. Prototype 1 – The 3 part journey
  12. 12. Prototype 1 – Formative evaluation using Silverback
  13. 13. Prototype 2 – Concept and prototyping (Historical narrative)
  14. 14. Prototype 2 – Final design (Using XHTML and CSS)
  15. 15. Prototype 2 – Formative evaluation
  16. 16. Prototype 2 – Summative evaluation Table 1: On completing the online module I feel I understand what sustainability means (n=125) 100 90 80 60 % 40 20 7 3 0 I agree/agree strongly Not sure I disagree/disagree strongly
  17. 17. Prototype 2 – Summative evaluation Table 2: On completing the online module I feel I understand how the environment, economy and society are linked (n=125) 92 100 80 60 % 40 20 6 2 0 I agree/agree strongly Not sure I disagree/disagree strongly
  18. 18. Prototype 2 – Summative evaluation Table 4: On completing the online module I feel I understand how sustainability is related to my degree (n=124) 100 80 54 60 % 39 40 20 7 0 I agree/agree strongly Not sure I disagree/disagree strongly
  19. 19. Prototype 2 – Summative evaluation Table 8: The module was easy to use (n=110) 100 90 80 60 % 40 20 5 5 0 I agree/agree strongly Not sure I disagree/disagree strongly
  20. 20. Everything is connected
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