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Connecting the Dots:
a User Experience (UX) Design Approach
to Voice Student Motivations [1387]
Elaine Brown, Debbie Holle...
“by living a digital lifestyle
they have become the center
of their digital egosystem”
(Solis, 2015)
Aims
• Why do students go to lectures?
• What is the purpose of lectures in 21st century?
• Elicit the student experience ...
Tools
• Storyboard (visual narrative)
• User Experience Map
Adaptive Path
(Schauer, 2013)
Initial findings
• Inspiration/ enjoyment
“Enthusiastic lecturers inspire us”
• Compelled
“I’ve paid for it”
• Guilt
“Resp...
Initial experience map
“so I go on Facebook
and start talking to my friends,
who are also in the lecture,
because we’re quite bored,
and lost, an...
“I actually
enjoy
going to
them”
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#altc presentation (September 2016): A User Experience (UX) Design Approach to Voice Student Motivations

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#altc presentation (September 2016): A User Experience (UX) Design Approach to Voice Student Motivations

  1. 1. Connecting the Dots: a User Experience (UX) Design Approach to Voice Student Motivations [1387] Elaine Brown, Debbie Holley, Mike Hobbs Elaine.Brown@anglia.ac.uk | @ElaineBrownARU #altc presentation, University of Warwick, 07 September 2016
  2. 2. “by living a digital lifestyle they have become the center of their digital egosystem” (Solis, 2015)
  3. 3. Aims • Why do students go to lectures? • What is the purpose of lectures in 21st century? • Elicit the student experience of lectures, to better design for the learning experience
  4. 4. Tools • Storyboard (visual narrative) • User Experience Map Adaptive Path (Schauer, 2013)
  5. 5. Initial findings • Inspiration/ enjoyment “Enthusiastic lecturers inspire us” • Compelled “I’ve paid for it” • Guilt “Respect for the lecturer” • Reticient “Not preparing for lectures makes you not want to go”
  6. 6. Initial experience map
  7. 7. “so I go on Facebook and start talking to my friends, who are also in the lecture, because we’re quite bored, and lost, and don’t know what to do”
  8. 8. “I actually enjoy going to them”

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