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Dec 17 2009 - 09:53 PM
Ideas on Data
Here's some of our thinking around the data we'll be collecting from Pressible use and users: Learning Applications - Use/data creates more powerful learning tools - "User metrics" will encourage people to use the system - Giving users data about what they're doing will push them to do more - Data makes the site game-y: by adding competitiveness, the ability to affect order, and personal ownership, people will want to "play" more Research Applications - Show what we're learning about how TC people act and use the site - General metrics (frequency, length of post, etc.) - Performance data: actual hits on the web - Look at subsets of users to determine who is doing well - Use public performance metrics to show that Pressible performs well on the web - Use data to show that Pressible is an academic project that performs well publicly
Posted in: Pressible Development|By: Molly Riordan|197 Reads