Multicampus Teaching and UX

A Case Study

Wynnie Chung, M.A. & Michael Filimowicz, PhD.

School of Interactive Arts and Technology

In this article, we present the application of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) to the UX design of a teleconference system for synchronous classroom instruction across campuses. The use of this environment enriches the learning experience in a




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