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Constructing a Usability Guidelines List for Educational Social Networks

Published on Sep 20, 2017 in ICWL (International Conference on Web-Based Learning)
· DOI :10.1007/978-3-319-66733-1_13
Gerti Pishtari1
Estimated H-index: 1
(TU: Tallinn University),
Gilberto Lacerda Santos3
Estimated H-index: 3
(UnB: University of Brasília)
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Social Networks are playing an important role in Education. However, many existing ones lack on ergonomics, which directly affects their potential as learning platforms. For this reason, pedagogical usability is of central importance during the development, as well as in the process of maintenance of educational social applications. As a consequence of incomplete and uneasy to use checklists for similar applications, as well as the nonexistence of usability guidelines for social networks as educational environments, this paper presents the first steps of a new usability guideline list. Feedback from the validation show that our guidelines are perceived as well constructed by experts.
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