It’s been a long time since I last updated my blog. Lots of interesting things happened. Here I am only going to blog on my trip to Montreal, ASIST conference and my brief stay at home.
The ASIST conference was very successful. I was busy with multiple things:
Attending SIG USE symposium, and doing the wrap-up for the sympos [...]
It’s been a very busy time ever since the classes started in the second week of September. The two classes are keeping me very busy, and I really need to squeeze time for research. The course prep takes most of my time not only because I am new to NTU and have to figure everything out including working with the NTU course mana [...]
Today is the mid-autumn festival (a.k.a., moon festival), and we get a holiday break of today and tomorrow. This holiday is rather big, so people in Taiwan have been known to BBQ during the holiday. However, there is Typhoon Usagi looming around, making it difficult to cook outside.
I decided to take today off and check out Taipei [...]
What a week! This past week was the first week of class. On Wednesday, around a dozen of students showed up to my first class meeting in “User Behavior Research.” I made it clear that this course is designed for doctoral students, but I am expanding it to Master’s students. It is theoretical with heaving readings. [...]
I gave a presentation on usability research yesterday to the LIS faculty members here at NTU. It went very well and Professor Lin commented that it was “inspiring” to them. It was a great opportunity to demonstrate what a usability testing process might be and what a usability lab should be equipped with.
Below is some o [...]
It’s been a busy time before the fall semester officially starts the week of 9/9/2013. My Usability and UX Research class got 80 students registered in the initial enrollment, now with the upper limit as 30, the system has been trying to remove people. Currently in the second round of selection (with system control) I have 29 [...]