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In search for participants in a 2 hours online course on Web usability issues

Posted by Dominique Verpoorten at Dec 15, 2009 12:27 PM |

In the context of our GRAPPLE work on visualization, competences and adaptation strategies, we are conducting a research. In this respect, we are in search for participants in a 2 hours online course on Web usability issues.

The study aims at gathering empirical data over possible effects of tools for reflection - especially self-reported measures of mastery, visualization of tracked data and processes of writing on reading - upon several dimensions of the learning experience.

As for the course description, the benefits of taking part in the study and the detailed schedule, see http://studydominique.blogspot.com or this pdf file.

You can participate personally in the study and/or spread out the invitation to participate among your colleagues, students, networks.

Anyone interested in taking part in the study is invited to drop an e-mail to sergentvitamine@gmail.com to start the process.

Many thanks.

Dominique, for the OUNL.

 

Dominique Verpoorten

Learning Media Lab - Centre for Learning Sciences and Technologies (CELSTEC)
Open University of the Netherlands

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