D&D- Where is the "Learning" In Learning Experience Design: Implication for Methodology and Measurement
Mon, Oct 24, 2:40 to 3:35pm PDT (Mon, Oct 24, 11:40pm to Tue, Oct 25, 12:35am CEST)
Andrew Tawfik, Yvonne Earnshaw, Matthew Schmidt, Isa Jahnke
The panel seeks to broadly address the gap between LXD theories and models within established approaches to learning and related empirical literature as it considers the overarching question of: "Where is the learning in learning experience design?" We seek to address this overarching question through the lens of LXD and explore specific methodologies that observe and measure this phenomenon of learning (i.e., task-based think-aloud, heuristic evaluation, card sorting).
RTD- Toward a Theory of Learning Experience Design (LXD)
Tue, Oct 25, 3:00 to 3:15pm PDT (Wed, Oct 26, 12:00 to 12:15am CEST)
Isa Jahnke, Yvonne Earnshaw, Matthew Schmidt, Andrew Tawfik
Researchers of learning design and technology (LDT) adopt theories from outside the field to design and evaluate educational technologies in a human-centered manner. We propose a theory of Learning Experience Design (LXD) that draws from multiple traditions (i.e., user experience, learning design, and educational technology). LXD theory has the aim to guide designers, researchers, and educators in crafting effective learning experiences while taking into account the sociocultural, pedagogical, and technological dimensions of technology-mediated learning.
D&D- Developing Digital Learning Experience Using an Iterative Educational Design Approach
Fri, Oct 28, 9:30 to 9:45am PDT (6:30 to 6:45pm CEST)
Shangman Li, Kanupriya Singh, Isa Jahnke
The study focuses on the development and refinement of a self-paced online course called risk-based inspection of food imports (RIFI). Researchers applied an educational design approach including heuristics evaluation, user experience study, and learner experience study. The result indicates the course is usable and effective for beginners. The study also suggests that the emerging field of learning experience design combines multiple literacies as it expands on instructional design, user experience, and diverse research methods.