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We've all experienced the sensation of participating in a conversation, yet feeling that the the other party is speaking a different language. It’s not the tomato-tomah-ta syndrome—you’re probably just talking with someone from IT. But truth is, there’s a lot we can learn from each other.
The web-related field of user experience focuses on using elements to build positive online experiences for web users. Many of the principles are relative to building courses, online, in person, or hybrid. This hot topic session will pose a scenario with provocative questions on how cross-functional groups can work together toward a common goal:
- How user experience principles apply not only to websites, but courses
- How creating better experiences in the classroom and online can positively affect institutional culture—and proving it using data
- How successful classroom/instructional design strategies can enable cross functional groups to work together toward a common goal
- How to start applying these principles and techniques
Presented by the archetype of opposing parties—a mother/daughter team from separate institutions, one faculty member and the other an user experience designer—this session promises to give attendees the tools they need to speak tomato and tomah-ta.