Development of Mobile Self-Monitoring Tool Prototype Based on User-Centered Design
Keywords:self-regulated learning, self-monitoring, user research, interview, mobile self-monitoring tool
This study aims to develop a mobile application prototype for self-monitoring. Exercising self-regulated learning is considered as one of the ways that can help students achieve their learning goals. One of the key components of self-regulated learning is self-monitoring, in which students could monitor their learning process. To make students get used to monitoring skill, a web-based application called self-monitoring tool was developed. User research was carried out by evaluating the existing web-based application via an interview. Findings from the interview were analyzed and used as requirements to develop the mobile application. By taking into account usability components and design principles, an interactive prototype of a mobile self-monitoring tool was designed for both student and instructor roles.
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