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Holistic Identity of Language Teachers: A Grounded Theory Study

Mina Tasouji Azari, Saeideh Ahangari, Zohreh Seifoori
2020 Issues in language teaching  
Employing a version of Strauss and Corbin's (1998) coding paradigm, emerged a framework of a set of categories in terms of 'process' (i.e., becoming a teacher) as well as the grounding categories of 'Persona  ...  The data were collected in semi-structured individual interviews from 64 teachers in Iran.  ...  The initial interview was crafted using key concepts of self, society, and identity of teachers by questions circling teachers such as professional interests, upcoming challenges, expected support, public  ... 
doi:10.22054/ilt.2020.48986.452 doaj:70d92628b3c7488ba966b83d390ec5f8 fatcat:whxlpusjkbapjftxavhduormgi

Revising the Faculty Manual: The Client Project in Your Backyard

Heather Lettner-Rust
2018 Prompt A Journal of Academic Writing Assignments  
This client project is a culminating assignment in an upper-level professional writing course designed to help students understand the nature of audience-based writing in an unfamiliar writing context.  ...  This reflection is centered on the rhetorical situation of using and revising genres (Devitt, 2009) in the context of a professional environment (Clark, 2005; Kain & Wardle, 2005) in order that students  ...  I explain it as a fluid process, something of a semi-structured interview we use in composition research.  ... 
doi:10.31719/pjaw.v2i2.25 fatcat:jytovxsisrfnpmvfric67cauye

Contextual risk analysis for interview design

T. Cohene, S. Easterbrook
2005 13th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE'05)  
As a result of what we learned, we propose a framework to help analysts design interviews and chose tactics based on the context of the elicitation process.  ...  Both sets of interviews had the same information elicitation goals, but each used different interview tactics.  ...  This question is a natural language question [38] , exploiting the participants' inherent language and communication abilities.  ... 
doi:10.1109/re.2005.20 dblp:conf/re/CoheneE05 fatcat:gad5kge2ajbnxbom2kx3csdkqq

An Empirical Study of Bots in Software Development – Characteristics and Challenges from a Practitioner's Perspective [article]

Linda Erlenhov, Francisco Gomes de Oliveira Neto, Philipp Leitner
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We identify three different personas among DevBot users (focusing on autonomy, chat interfaces, and "smartness"), each with different definitions of what a DevBot is, why developers use them, and what  ...  We report on findings from interviewing 21 and surveying a total of 111 developers.  ...  Charlie wants to interact with bots through a natural language interface.  ... 
arXiv:2005.13969v1 fatcat:7ptebf4fszbbvfycyydyodrwje

Making Space for Other Voices: Hands-On, Human-Centered Design Delivered Online

Kay C Dee
2020 Biomedical Engineering Education  
Each team was assigned a specific persona/doll. Students worked both individually and in teams of two (using Microsoft Teams for meetings) to follow the human-centered design process.  ...  reading body language; remotely interviewing real people (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology staff from administrative offices) with whom they had no previous relationship, attempting to read body language  ... 
doi:10.1007/s43683-020-00003-2 fatcat:snucywcx4fgwfoyg27bzfrvdta

Designing Telecollaborative Projects for Professional Communication and User Experience

Elisabet Arnó-Macià, Mary McCall, Daniel Kenzie, Suvi Isohella, Bruce Maylath
2021 Journal of universal computer science (Online)  
Acknowledgements We would like to thank the reviewers for their helpful recommendations and our families for indulging the time we devote to our work.  ...  Personas have also been used to enhance the design process by incorporating more empathy into product design [Miaskiewicz, 09] , helping software engineers tailor conceptual designs to users' personality  ...  partnership can have groups not only select the same artifact for which to produce personas but also create these personas collaboratively.  ... 
doi:10.3897/jucs.67050 fatcat:uiuvbugmn5c4bctgfxavzux6k4

Effects of Using Child Personas in the Development of a Digital Peer Support Service for Childhood Cancer Survivors

Pontus Wärnestål, Petra Svedberg, Susanne Lindberg, Jens M Nygren
2017 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
health care professionals and parents (n=13), user interviews, and observations.  ...  Additionally, we also report on the effects of using these personas in the design of a digital peer support service called Give Me a Break.  ...  We are also grateful for the app development help from game design agency Hello There. Conflicts of Interest None declared.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.7175 pmid:28526663 pmcid:PMC5454220 fatcat:ntehf5qskffg3hcjnctreetydy

SHS Orcas

Steve Calde, Kim Goodwin, Robert Reimann
2002 Case studies of the CHI2002|AIGA Experience Design FORUM on - CHI '02  
The research and analysis culminated in a set of user archetypes, called personas.  ...  The team used personaand scenario-based methods to drive the design of an integrated suite of clinical, case management, and financial tools.  ...  David West brought us into SHS and was our champion throughout the project. He, Bill Barnum, and Dave Yarnell provided development expertise throughout the project.  ... 
doi:10.1145/507752.507753 dblp:conf/chi/CaldeGR02 fatcat:5kzo3akvxbf43nclgm53kqvvv4

Virtual vetting: Online interview advice for candidates and employers

Christine Bombaro, Jessica L. Howard, Anna Kozlowska
2016 College & research libraries news  
While you need not stifle your personal style, selecting clothes from your workplace wardrobe can help keep your interviewers focused on your skills and talents, and may also help you attain a professional  ...  with the interview process.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.77.3.9459 fatcat:yhpcjbjqdzhntaw2qtqeguc3va

The Many Faces of Instruction: An Exploration of Academic Librarians' Teaching Personas

Elena Azadbakht, University of Nevada, Reno
2021 Communications in Information Literacy  
Research has focused instead on user personas, a concept from the fields of human-computer interaction and user experience that helps to design systems and processes that better meet user needs (Brown  ...  The librarian participants then answered questions about their teaching styles (e.g., are they more scripted or improvised), their apparel, tone of voice, and body language in instructional situations,  ... 
doi:10.15760/comminfolit.2021.15.1.3 fatcat:weltm57ybbeylgbwkj4kv353fu

Building personas from phenomenography: a method for user-centered design in education

Tra Huynh, Adrian Madsen, Sarah McKagan, Eleanor Sayre
2021 Information and Learning Science  
This paper aims to propose a process of creating personas from phenomenographic studies, which helps us create data-grounded personas effectively.  ...  Phenomenography can productively help educational designers and researchers build sets of personas following the process the authors propose.  ...  of personas via two problem designs of faculty professional development and student research engagement that education researchers could find helpful and supportive.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ils-12-2020-0256 fatcat:tlwc6itqjrb27ggtdyfmbu2lbq

Exploring disempowerment in women's accounts of endometriosis experiences

Stella Bullo
2018 Discourse & Communication  
Having been informed and shaped by a corpus analysis of online forum data, this work explores accounts collected through interviews with women who have endometriosis using discourse analytical tools.  ...  Through an examination of the dialectics between micro-level language choices inscribing agency, or lack of, and macro-level discourses in the contexts in which women interact, the findings indicate that  ...  Acknowledgments Special thanks to Zoe Kent who worked as a research assistant and Lexi Webster who helped with the corpus analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1750481318771430 fatcat:gcussh63qrdxbhlecikt3fns4i

Global user research methods [chapter]

Tjeerd de Boer
2010 Handbook of Global User Research  
Questions asked How can we share the personas with the organization? Questions asked In a given situation with a given goal what happens when the persona uses the technology?  ...  Eye tracking can help us understand user expectations, interest, confusion, and decision-making processes, which provide insight into the effectiveness of a design.  ...  If you are writing the personas, you have to understand the data and, as noted previously, use your own cultural background in the process of understanding.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-374852-2.00006-9 fatcat:3uwlzadk6ncmrkqvilx54lhooa

P2P Mapper: From User Experiences to Pattern-Based Design

Homa Javahery, Ahmed Seffah
2012 AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction  
The three-step process is: Persona Creation (a representative persona set is developed), Pattern Selection (behavioral patterns are identified resulting in an ordered list of design patterns for each persona  ...  The tool supports the first two steps of the process by providing various automation algorithms for user grouping and pattern selection combined with the benefit of rapid pattern and user information access  ...  Open-ended interviews included general questions about impressions of both versions of the tool (any differences, likes and dislikes) and specific questions about the user interface (navigation, etc.).  ... 
doi:10.17705/1thci.00042 fatcat:ab7ltbeegfffrhum727houyyna

Utilizing the Personas Concept as a Basis for Modeling Use Cases of a Learning Analytic Application

Margarita Elkina, Andreas Pursian
2012 International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education  
The tool is based on the analysis, interpretation and categorization of over 80 questions provided by our business partners.  ...  The development takes place within the framework of the Project LeMo (Learning process monitoring on personalizing and non-personalizing e-Learning environments).  ...  What kind of graphical representation is the most appropriate for a specific monitoring requirement (e.g. path analysis, natural language processing, etc.)?  ... 
doi:10.20533/ijcdse.2042.6364.2012.0133 fatcat:dov2dqy7w5fofobiap7efttprq
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