Diary studies are the unsexy user research method but a perfect match for university campuses and websites. The nature of this user research method provides not only immediate feedback but a longitudinal view of user behavior.
Imagine tracking student website use, behavior, and issues from their first steps on campus to their graduation in a way that requires limited staff time. Get invaluable results on website services such as registration systems, calendars, course offerings, faculty and staff services, and more.
Find out more about:
• How to build a diary study and recruit participants
• Retention techniques for keeping participants engaged over weeks, months, or years
• How you can interpret results for short-term and long-term updates and improved performances
Tuesday, June 5, 2018, posted in Conference News
The proposals are in, the invites were sent, we waited with bated breath and now it’s time to reveal your 2018 #PSEWEB Speakers & Sessions 🎉 The schedule below is current as of June 2018. Bookmark our always-up-to-date version... Read more
Tuesday, March 6, 2018, posted in Conference News
Stay close to the fun right on campus at Ontario Hall Suites, the university’s newest suite-style residence space. There’s a block of private and semi-private rooms for folks who would like to bunk with a friend. Private room... Read more
While 2017 brought some new and exciting adventures to #PSEWEB –looking at you folks, Western and USask– it also brought about some behind-the-scenes changes to our leadership and planning team. After a successful national conference... Read more