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3/20/2019Learner and User Experience An Introduction for the Field of Learning Design & Technology
Humans’ responses to experiences are central to the learning process. User and learner experience design (UX and LX, respectively) focuses on designing learning in a human-centered manner so as to provide learners with experiences that intentionally propel them towards learning goals. Join experts in the field to learn about the role of UX and LX design in the field of Learning Design & Technology (LDT). Specifically, UX and LX will be discussed from the perspectives of usability & UX theory, phases and processes, methods, and best practices.

Given that research and design of user and learner experience in the field of Learning Design & Technology are limited, the presenters will also introduce their upcoming open access book on UX and LX in LDT. This introductory book targets a variety of audiences – from students who are beginning their program of study to faculty who teach in HCI, usability, and related programs –  focusing specifically on the theory and practice of UX and LX in the field of LDT.

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  Presenter(s): Matthew Schmidt, PhD,University of Cincinnati; Andrew Tawfik, PhD, University of Memphis; Yvonne Earnshaw, PhD, University of Memphis; Isa Jahnke, PhD, University of Missouri
Bio(s): Matthew Schmidt, PhD, is Associate Professor at the University of Cincinnati in the Instructional Design and Technology program. As an applied researcher in the field of Instructional Design and Technology, his work focuses on the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of innovative educational courseware and computer software with a particular focus on individuals with disabilities. His research specifically investigates three-dimensional virtual learning environments, mobile learning, and immersive, hybrid learning environments. More:

Andrew A. Tawfik, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Instructional Design & Technology at the University of Memphis. Dr. Tawfik is also the Director of the Instructional Design & Technology Studio. His research interests include problem-based learning, case-based reasoning, case library instructional design, and computer supported collaborative learning.

Yvonne Earnshaw, PhD, has an extensive industry background in technical writing, instructional design, and usability consulting and has taught technical writing and instructional design classes at several universities. Her research interests are in service-based learning, intelligent tutoring systems, usability/UX in instructional design and technology, online teaching and learning, and accessibility/UDL.

Isa Jahnke, PhD, is Associate Professor at the iSchool (SISLT), University of Missouri, and Director of the Information Experience usability and user experience lab. She was Assistant Professor in Germany (2008-2011) and Professor in Sweden (2011-2015). Her expertise focuses on sociotechnical-pedagogical design for human-centered work and learning processes. Her work contributes to an understanding and development of teaching and learning designs-in-practices; designing learning ‘with’ (not from) technologies by unpacking learning technologies and analyzing user practices (students, teachers, instructional designers, etc.). More:
Category: Design and Development
Keywords: UX | LX | Learner Experience

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