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Type of Document Dissertation
Author Turner, Sherri Guilliams
Author's Email Address Sherri_Turner@vt.edu
URN etd-120998-171307
Title A Case Study Using Scenario-Based Design Tools and Techniques in the Formative Evaluation Stage of Instructional Design: Prototype Evaluation and Redesign of a Web-Enhanced Course Interface
Degree PhD
Department Teaching and Learning
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Burton, John K. Committee Chair
Burgher, Ronald Committee Member
Cennamo, Kathy Committee Member
Lockee, Barbara B. Committee Member
Moore, David Michael Committee Member
Moore, John F. Committee Member
Keywords
  • navigation
  • end user
  • scenario-based design
  • interface design
  • formative evaluation
Date of Defense 1998-10-30
Availability unrestricted
Abstract
A Case Study Using Scenario-based Design Tools and Techniques in the Formative Evaluation Stage of Instructional Design: Prototype Evaluation and Redesign of a Web-Enhanced Course Interface. The main purpose of this study was to augment the formative evaluation process of instructional design through the incorporation of scenario-based design tools and strategies that focus on interface design. The test population was students from undergraduate "human development" courses at Virginia Tech, approximately 250 students. One prototype of a course web interface was tested and revised based on data collected during the formative evaluation process. The scenario data provided rationale for redesign considerations.

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