In this paper we propose a usability study on a visual language based tool for the definition of adaptive learning processes. To this aim, we recruited a group of seven teachers with different teaching experiences to evaluate the usability of the proposed tool and as well as to assess the value of visual languages in the definition of learning processes. Interesting results in terms of satisfaction and performance have been achieved on the recruited teachers without computer science background.

Visual Languages for Non Expert Instructional Designers: A Usability Study

SCANNIELLO, GIUSEPPE
2005

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In this paper we propose a usability study on a visual language based tool for the definition of adaptive learning processes. To this aim, we recruited a group of seven teachers with different teaching experiences to evaluate the usability of the proposed tool and as well as to assess the value of visual languages in the definition of learning processes. Interesting results in terms of satisfaction and performance have been achieved on the recruited teachers without computer science background.
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