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• Theme 1: User
Engagement
ESU Leipzig, 2016
Dr Jennifer Edmond
Trinity College Dublin
Changing Paradigms of User
Engagement
 Paternalistic
 User-Centred
Design
 User
Experience
 Participatory
Design
PARTHENOS User Requirements
Study 320 page survey of
hundreds of documents
from across the cluster
partners and beyond
 ...
Process of understanding researchers and
refining requirements
1
• User Scenarios
2
• User Stories
3
• Use Case Diagrams
•...
0a. Participatory Design Sessions
Paris, October 2012: WW1 researchers
Florence, January 2013: Medievalists
Berlin, Octobe...
• Each participant created a prototype demonstrating a certain function such as a search tool or a
visualization feature. ...
1. User Scenarios
„My project examines how the rural-urban divide shaped Habsburg
Austrian society’s experience of the war...
2. User Stories
But wait there‘s more...
• 2 Prototypes
• 3 Summer Schools
• 20+ Transnational Access Fellows
• Trusted User Group
• End p...
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PARTHENOS Training - User Engagement

  1. 1. • Theme 1: User Engagement ESU Leipzig, 2016 Dr Jennifer Edmond Trinity College Dublin
  2. 2. Changing Paradigms of User Engagement  Paternalistic  User-Centred Design  User Experience  Participatory Design
  3. 3. PARTHENOS User Requirements Study 320 page survey of hundreds of documents from across the cluster partners and beyond  5 themes related to project work packages  Data about user requirements captured mostly for tool building  Many other documents describing project decisions (but not underlying evidence)
  4. 4. Process of understanding researchers and refining requirements 1 • User Scenarios 2 • User Stories 3 • Use Case Diagrams • Requirements 4 • Mock Ups • Activity Diagrams 5 • Prototypes • Participatory Design Sessions • Video Prototypes0 D 8.1 General functional description D 8.2 & D 8.3 Specific functional (visualization) and architectural description D 4.1 & D 4.2 Analysis of implications for methodology and research practice (two workshops additional as input)
  5. 5. 0a. Participatory Design Sessions Paris, October 2012: WW1 researchers Florence, January 2013: Medievalists Berlin, October 2013: Archivists, Librarians and Information specialists
  6. 6. • Each participant created a prototype demonstrating a certain function such as a search tool or a visualization feature. Length: 30 seconds to 2 minutes. • Prototypes from the Paris workshop included: • Mapping archival networks by location • Visualizing objects in their physical locatio in the archive • Visualizing search paths (color-coding results according to frequency of visit) • Crowdsourcing translation of documents • Mapping archive location and type (“Geosearch” tool) • Mapping documents and files spatially and chronologically (“Geotime” visualization tool) • Exporting an image to a PowerPoint presentation with automatic citation information • Planning physical travel to multiple archives (“voyager travel agent application”)  Presentation export tool  Mapping of documents and files 0b. Result of Participatory Design Sessions: Video Prototypes
  7. 7. 1. User Scenarios „My project examines how the rural-urban divide shaped Habsburg Austrian society’s experience of the war from about 1915 (when food and food shortages became increasingly politicized) [...] I want to answer the following questions: How did the administration and realities of rationing vary between cities on the one hand, and between urban centers and the rural areas of their provinces on the other? In terms of research, I will first need to map the changing structures of rationing and the incidence of food protests and related disturbances over the course of the war. [...] In the event that I locate a particularly rich vein of primary sources [...] I would be interested in digitizing them and subjecting them to text-mining analysis. Specifically, I could measure the changing occurrence of terms like “country” in the discourse of city-dwellers and “city” or “town” (or the name of a city) in rural discourse. [...] relative occurrence of such terms against other dividing categories such as the “nation” or “the rich.” [...]”
  8. 8. 2. User Stories
  9. 9. But wait there‘s more... • 2 Prototypes • 3 Summer Schools • 20+ Transnational Access Fellows • Trusted User Group • End phase weekly testing cycles

Part of the "Introduction to Research Infrastructures" module, available at http://training.parthenos-project.eu/

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