Thursday, June 28
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The Interaction between Students and Online Training Lessons.

Brief Paper: Project Opportunity ID: 37027
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    Yu-Ping Hsu
    Educational Technology Program in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department, University of Kansas United States
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    Kuang-Chen Hsu
    Educational Technology Program in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department, University of Kansas United States

Abstract: When designing an online lesson for students, it is important to understand the diversity of expectations, experiences, and prior knowledge of students which interact with the lesson. Experienced students are usually familiar with the different types of electronic format files, so they are accustomed to online lesson interfaces. However, they do not have a tolerance for lessons that do not immediately match their expectations or preferences. In this study, paying attention to appropriate design of online training lessons impacts the students’ perception of the online lesson’s interaction, and the designer’s bias of usage. Likewise, this study provides students and designers with a sense of usability, interaction, skill attainment and enjoyment by testing an online lesson and giving feedback in interviews. The findings of this study illustrate how instructional designers can attempt to improve the interaction and usability of online lessons from patterns found in all participants’ comments. The re-design module can become a reference for the follow up online lesson design.

Presider: Lulu Mahai, UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH

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