Our contribution about “Design and Evaluation of a User Interface for an Interaction Supported Video Platform” at this year uDay in Dornbirn is now online available.
Learning videos are currently more and more in use because of the evolving trend of so-called MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) (Khalil & Ebner, 2013). However learning videos have only a con-suming character due to the fact that they are of passive nature. According to Carr-Chellman & Duchastel (2000) interaction as well as communication are key features of a successful online course. Because of that a web based information system has been developed to support learning videos with different forms of interac-tion (Ebner et al., 2013). It is obvious that such an information system has to be easily useable and due to that this research study presents the development process of a suitable User Interface (UI). The associated usabil-ity study as well as the field study point out that the design approach is generally working and also identified some components to improve
Design and Evaluation of a User Interface for an Interaction Supported Video Platform by Martin
Reference: Wachtler, J., Geier, G., Ebner, M. (2015) Design and Evaluation of a User Interface for an Interaction Supported Video Platform. Digital Medien in Arbeits- und Lernumgebungen. Jost, P, Künz, A (Ed.). S. 117-124. Pabst, Lengrich