Articles about E-Learning

Studying UX Online: Advantages, Difficulties, and Best Practices

UX education has begun moving online, allowing students around the world to study UX. Despite of the challenges faced by online education, today’s programs are producing effective UX professionals. [Read More]

Educational Games: Ten Design Tips for Immersive Learning Experiences

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Ten practical tips from designing a game to teach a complex biomedical topic. Even more challenging, the audience was non-gamer health professionals. (Full article available in English and Español) [Read More]

Learner Centered Design (Book Review)

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A review of Interface Design for Learning by Dorian Peters. Creating designs that transform the user. [Read More]

Electric Racer to Promote Literacy: A Game for Two Inter-Generational Players

This study indicated that educational gameplay benefited from clarity around players’ roles, enabling parents’ participation, furthering the learning process for the child players. [Read More]

Looking Closely at e-Learning: Vision Research Reveals Ways to Improve Children’s Experiences

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Research on the effects of children’s long-term computer use is extremely limited; there remain key research questions that need to be answered. [Read More]

Writing Tutorials That Actually Help Users: Communication for Learning

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An effective tutorial supports user modifications and guides them through errors so that, using your UI, they can achieve their goals. [Read More]

Matters of Life and Death (Issue 4.3)

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From living wills to managing your UX business, global UX and e-learning websites. (Articles available in PDF format) [Read More]