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
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!