Socialification: Social Software Elements Analysis and Design

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2019-01-08
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Ayouby, Reem
Croteau, Anne-Marie
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The goal of this paper is to initiate a ‎conversation on the undergraduate teaching of ‎social software analysis and design in applications ‎which are non-social-media specific. This course ‎covers the topics required to strategically ‎‎“socialify” organizational applications to engage ‎users in the most productive way for the ‎organization. To capture this effort, we suggest the ‎term “socialification” which means the use of social ‎software design features in non-social-media ‎applications. We provide some background and ‎course goals and learning objectives as well as a ‎course structure. We then discuss issues to consider ‎when implementing a course in social software ‎elements development. We also cover the theoretical ‎grounding related to the interdisciplinary process ‎and explain how it contributes to the design of the ‎course. ‎
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Communication, Cooperation, and Specializations, Software Engineering Education and Training, Social Software Analysis and Design, Interdisciplinary Education, Software Engineering Education, Social-Media, Undergraduate Education
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10 pages
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Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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