Call for Book Chapters - Due May/6, 2019: Learner Experience Research
Call for Book Chapters
(Edited Open Access Book)
"Learner and User Experience Research - An Introduction for the Field of Learning Design & Technology"
Edited by: Matthew Schmidt, Andrew Tawfik, Yvonne Earnshaw, & Isa Jahnke
The vision of this edited open access book is to create an introductory resource for 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 learning design and technology (LDT).
We seek to develop an edited volume that will be published using an open access model. To this end, we aim to solicit multiple, diverse perspectives that consider theoretical and practical issues of UX and LX across disciplines (e.g., higher education, industry, K-12, workplace learning, informal learning, medical, etc.), interfaces (e.g., 2D, 3D, haptic), methods (e.g., usability, user testing, think-aloud, quantitative data analysis), and platforms (e.g., mobile, desktop, wearables, VR/AR).
Prospectus of two pages is due May/6, 2019 and full paper in July 2019.
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