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Argunaut’s 1 st teachers’ workshop. An example of a design workshop in the initial stages of tool development. The Digalo discussion tool. Graphical, synchronous e-discussion Ontology of shapes and connectors Small groups of 3-6 discussants Moderated / un-moderated.

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Argunaut s 1 st teachers workshop

Argunaut’s 1st teachers’ workshop

An example of a design workshop in the initial stages of tool development


The digalo discussion tool

The Digalo discussion tool

  • Graphical, synchronous e-discussion

  • Ontology of shapes and connectors

  • Small groups of 3-6 discussants

  • Moderated / un-moderated


The idea of argunaut

The Idea of Argunaut


Planning the workshop

Planning the workshop…

  • The “Hen and Egg” problem

  • Solution strategy: using mock-ups

  • Initial awareness indicators selected based on:

    • Literature review

    • Pedagogical experience

  • Mock-up visualizations:

    • Static vs. animated vs. interactive

    • Familiar vs. unique/innovative

    • Amount of data in one graph?


Brief description of the workshop

Brief description of the workshop

  • Questions: What awareness data are needed for effective online moderation of e-discussions? How should these data be presented to the moderator?

  • Participants: 12 teachers with Digalo classroom experience.

  • Schedule:

    • Introduction to the ideas of Argunaut.

    • Visualization workshop (mock-ups->feedback).

    • “Free” annotation/evaluation of Digalo maps

  • Data sources: questionnaires, group discussion, observation sheets


A taste of the visualization workshop

A taste of the visualization workshop…

For each of the following displays, please note:

  • How important/useful is the type information displayed, for moderating Digalo discussions online?

  • How intuitive/easy to understand was the display of information? (Also Likert scale)

  • Any comments?


Activity1

Activity1


Activity2

Activity2


Social network simplified

Social network - simplified


Social network full

Social network - full


Sample feedback reflection

Sample feedback & reflection

  • Activity 1 > Activity2

  • SNA-simple > SNA-full

    • “Information should be added, like coloring the arrows from one to the others in colors of support/opposition.” (SNA-simple)

    • “I prefer the user's name to automatically appear inside the circle, the shapes are too abstracted for me.” (SNA-simple)

    • Information overload, too many shapes. Not suitable for real-time (=on-the-fly) work, requires too much time to process/analyze. (SNA-full)

    • There are a lot of things you have to know in order to interpret the information. (SNA-full)


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