User requirement analysis of social conventions learning applications for non-natives and low-literates

Authors Marieke Hanekamp, Marianne Driessen, Dylan Schouten, Ania Cremers, Nanja Smets
Publication date 2013
Type Lecture


Learning and acting on social conventions is problematic for low-literates and non-natives, causing problems with societal participation and citizenship. Using the Situated Cognitive Engineering method, requirements for the design of social conventions learning software are derived from demographic information, adult learning frameworks and ICT learning principles. Evaluating a sample of existing Dutch social conventions learning applications on these requirements shows that none of them meet all posed criteria. Finally, Virtual Reality is suggested as a possible future technology improvement.

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Language English

Anita Cremers