Designing ILIAS : 2

Non responders at online courses - a qualitative analysis of user acceptance using the example of the WBT decubitus prophylaxis at the University Hospital Cologne




Dr. Rudolf Pape, Uniklinik Köln


By using a qualitative research method the acceptance and the adoption of e-learning has been studied in a university hospital. The results of this study were compared with the Technology Acceptance Model as well as organization and leadership research results. For the acceptance of e-learning recommendations were made for management board, the strategic management department as well as for the educational department.

Re-designing and adapting ILIAS for a challenging user group




Sónia Hetzner, Uni Erlangen-Nürnberg


Developing a supportive learning environment demands a well-conceived integration of pedagogical and technical design. This is a bi-directional process, in which pedagogical requirements are adjusted to technical possibilities and vice-versa. The process stimulates new and interesting developments, especially if the target group of the learning environment is a challenging one. In this presentation the process of adapting ILIAS 5 to the challenging needs of older learners is presented.

Usability-Optimization with ILIAS


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Michelle Kubier und Colin Kiegel, Qualitus GmbH


How can ILIAS be designed to make it easier and more attractive? We will be showing examples from many different institutions: starting from the graphical design of the ILIAS user interface, simplification of the user guidance to a more attractive look & feel, and finally a substantive restructuring. See ILIAS a little different for once!

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