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Applying UX strategies to online student experience

Instructional design

This session will provide an overview of what UX (user experience) is as a field and how/why the School of Public Health is applying its principles and strategies to an online student resource Moodle site that is currently in development.

Sara will talk about the evolution of student support at SPH that led to this initiative. Starting with a framework of user experience helped her show that assumptions being made about how our students use technology were getting in the way of providing students with the services and information they needed. She will share the how this process changed our approach over time.

Presented by...

Sara building a snowman
Sara Hurley
director of e-learning
School of Public Health | University of Minnesota

Sara Hurley, MFA, PhD, is the director of e-learning services at the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota. 

She is an oddball extrovert in the introverted academic world, and loves to bring people together because we're stronger together than alone. She is the cofounder and current director of MinneWebCon and started the E-Learning Network at UMN, which is a forum for knowledge sharing.

 

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Sara Hurley
Last modified Monday, November 16, 2015, 6:12 PM
Presentation slides: Powerpoint presentation MoodleMootHurley.pptx
Slides visiblity: Make my slides public
Your educational sector: College/University
Roles in which you usually use Moodle: Decision-maker
T-shirt: Ladies - 2XL
Type of presentation: Case study (30 or 45 min)
Relevant to audience from which sectors: College/University
Vocational/Technical
Workplace (Corporate, Govt.)
Relevant to audience in which roles: Teacher
Researcher
Instructional Designer
Decision-maker
Course needed: No
Permission:
Committment: Should my proposed presentation be accepted, I commit to attend the MoodleMoot to present it.
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