In the context of the collaboration with Lifelike Interaction (go to the¬†project page for more info), the White Paper “Un simulatore per allenare l‚Äôabilit√† di elicitazione dei requisiti utente nella progettazione di applicazioni multimediali”¬†has been published (in Italian).
The publication presents the results of the experiment that eLab conducted in collaboration with LifeLike, whose goal was to to test the effectiveness of a simulator specifically developed to train the User Requirements Elicitation (URE) skills, i.e. the ability to identify the requirements a website needs to have to satisfy the possible requests of its users.
The results show that the group that was systematically trained with the simulator improved both its performances with the simulator and its URE skills.
The White Paper can be downloaded from here.
The fourth meeting of the S-Play project team took place on July 21-22, 2014, in Riga (Latvia). During the meeting, the partners presented the results of their pilot workshops (as for USI, look at: S-Play workshop with hotel managers of Futour.net) and planned the very last phase of the project.
In the following days, July 22 to 25, the S-Play team attended the KIE conference 2014 (International Conference on Knowledge, Innovation & Enterprise) presenting two papers on the Lego Serious Play methodology:
- Sean McCusker, LEGO, seriously: Thinking through building. Click here to download the publication (in Research papers on Knowledge, Innovation and Enterprise, chapter 7, pp. 79-93);
- Elisabetta Frick, Stefano Tardini & Lorenzo Cantoni, Lego Serious Play applications to enhance creativity in participatory design. Click here to download the publication (in Creativity In Business, chapter 15, pp. 200-210).
You can find some pictures of the project meeting, the conference, and the beautiful city of Riga, at the S-Play project’s page on Facebook!
The book “Nuovi media nella comunicazione turistica” (in Italian), by Alessandro Inversini and¬†Lorenzo Cantoni, published by Societ√† Editrice Dante Alighieri (Rome, 2013), is now available in the eBook format.
We are pleased to announce that the “White Paper on LEGO¬ģ SERIOUS PLAY¬ģ – A state of the art of its applications in Europe“ has been published.
The white paper presents an introduction to LSP, an analysis of the main scientific publications on LSP, and the ¬†results of an online survey run with 84 facilitators coming from 22 different European countries. The goal of the survey was to establish the state-of-the-art of LSP in Europe.
The White Paper can be downloaded from the S-Play Project website.