“The whole point of human-centered design is to tame complexity, to turn what would appear to be a complicated tool into one that fits the task, that is understandable, usable, enjoyable.”
Together with PI Prasad Calyam (MU Computer Science), Co-PIs Isa Jahnke (SISLT), Trupti Joshi, Timothy Middelkoop and Saptarshi Debro, received $500,000 from NSF to improve data-security practice for data-intensive science applications (e.g. electron microscopy) and to create training materials for students and educators. Further information…
The IE Lab won the award for “Exceptional Visual Representation of Research” at the College of Education’s annual Research Day. COE Research Day allows faculty, staff, and students within the College of Education to demonstrate their work. Participants set up posters in the Reynolds Alumni Center’ second floor ball room, and visitors are welcome to More…
Our User Experience and Usability (UXU) Certificate prepares students to design and evaluate technology tools and information systems. The multi-faceted human-centered lens for design and evaluation is a systematic process supported by research and best practices. Further information…
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- In 2017 - 2018, IE Lab worked with the Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) and conducted a study for RJI Fellow, Linda Austin, Project Director for NewsTrain. The main purpose of this project was to explore technical systems for microlearning and specifically provide design recommendations for mobile microlearning applications for journalists.
- On October 26, 2017, IE Lab researchers provided a presentation on how to conduct usability studies for the LeXMizzou student teams. The presentation included two parts: a presentation of some fundamentals of usability/UX study (presented by IE Lab manager Neeley Current and researcher Hao He), and a working session that helped teams develop their usability plan (hosted by IE Lab researcher Minh Pham).
- In 2017, the IE Lab conducted a Comparative Systems Review for RJI Fellow, Dr. Michelle Ferrier, Associate Professor, Scripps College of Communication, Ohio University. The overall goal of the study was to assess whether a current system(s) exists that may support the learning, community, and social needs of the Media Innovation Space tool under development by Dr. Ferrier.
Mobile Applications for Microlearning: A Review of Academic and Industry Implementations
In 2017 - 2018, IE Lab worked with the Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) and conducted a study for RJI Fellow, Linda Austin, Project Director for NewsTrain.
On October 26, 2017, IE Lab researchers provided a presentation on how to conduct usability studies for the LeXMizzou student teams.
Comparative Systems Review
In 2017, the IE Lab conducted a Comparative Systems Review for RJI Fellow, Dr. Michelle Ferrier, Associate Professor, Scripps College of Communication, Ohio University.