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Joyce Seitzinger

10 Learning Experience Powers From Experience Girl! #LXDesign

Content Type: Online Teaching and Course Creation

Language: English

Description of Presentation

Learner experience design, or LX Design, is an approach to educational design that mixes service design thinking and user experience design (UX) with traditional learning design approaches. In this presentation Experience Girl aka Joyce aka @catspyjamasnz will give you 10 LX special powers for the next course you design.

Key in LX Design is the process of developing empathy for your learners through user research and observation. It puts designers in the learners’ shoes to test how effective and engaging draft products, services, and teaching approaches really are. 

Additionally experience design approaches make the most of the diverse skills in your design and development team, and work in feedback loops with your team, your users and other stakeholders to validate and improve your solutions. 

In this session we will run through 10 practical learner experience design ideas you can use the next time you design a course. Whether you are designing a course that is mainly offline with some online support, a blended course or a fully online course, these ideas will help you and your learners.

Added: Thursday, 5 May 2016, 7:48 PM
Last Modified: Thursday, 5 May 2016, 9:10 PM

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