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EDTech 91: UI Versus UX

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Whether it is on a wall, on your tablet or on the computer, the user interface is an important tool for faculty in higher education spaces. These systems can help educators take advantage of their classroom’s features and make a lesson run smoothly for both teacher and student. But that is the best case scenario. Faculty members unfamiliar with these systems might find using these solutions daunting and could leave a lasting negative impression. How can we work on the user experience when implementing these systems? Joining us today is Director of Learning Environments at the University of Southern California & host of the Higher Ed AV Podcast Joe Way and Senior Technology Specialist for Otterbein University Willie Franklin as we dive into the gritty details of user interfaces.
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