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Back Co-creation process and challenges in the conceptualization and development of the edCrumble learning design tool


Albó L, Hernández-Leo D. Co-creation process and challenges in the conceptualization and development of the edCrumble learning design tool. Joint Proceedings of the 1st Co-Creation in the Design, Development and Implementation of Technology-Enhanced Learning workshop (CC-TEL 2018) and Systems of Assessments for Computational Thinking Learning workshop (TACKLE 2018) co-located with 13th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (ECTEL 2018).

This paper presents the co-creation process followed during the conceptualization, development and evaluation of edCrumble: a learning design (LD) tool which provides an innovative visual representation of the LDs characterized by data analytics with the aim of facilitating the planning, visualization, understanding and reuse of complex LDs. Researchers used several participants’ sources and profiles, different methods (including paper and web-based prototyping, questionnaires, interviews, focus groups, role-play games, sharing activities) and workshop types (isolated vs. long-time). Participatory design workshops and activities are described as well as the challenges encountered during the co-design process with the aim of informing other researchers who are thinking of using co-creation. These challenges include the recruitment and motivation of participants, the management of their expectations, the prioritization of the feedback diversity and a short evaluation of the methods used.



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