Sebastian Linxen
Sebastian Linxen
University of Basel; University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland - School of
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Facebook as a learning tool? A case study on the appropriation of social network sites from mobile phones in developing countries
C Pimmer, S Linxen, U Gröhbiel
British Journal of Educational Technology 43 (5), 726-738, 2012
How weird is CHI?
S Linxen, C Sturm, F Brühlmann, V Cassau, K Opwis, K Reinecke
Proceedings of the 2021 chi conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2021
Informal mobile learning in nurse education and practice in remote areas—A case study from rural South Africa
C Pimmer, P Brysiewicz, S Linxen, F Walters, J Chipps, U Gröhbiel
Nurse education today 34 (11), 1398-1404, 2014
Mobile learning in resource-constrained environments: a case study of medical education
C Pimmer, S Linxen, U Gröhbiel, AK Jha, G Burg
Medical teacher 35 (5), e1157-e1165, 2013
How WEIRD is HCI? Extending HCI principles to other countries and cultures
C Sturm, A Oh, S Linxen, J Abdelnour Nocera, S Dray, K Reinecke
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human …, 2015
Using mobile phones and social media to facilitate education and support for rural-based midwives in South Africa
J Chipps, C Pimmer, P Brysiewicz, F Walters, S Linxen, T Ndebele, ...
curationis 38 (2), 1-8, 2015
Gamification of electronic learning in radiology education to improve diagnostic confidence and reduce error rates
DJ Winkel, P Brantner, J Lutz, S Korkut, S Linxen, TJ Heye
American Journal of Roentgenology 214 (3), 618-623, 2020
Supervision on social media: Use and perception of facebook as a research education tool in disadvantaged areas
C Pimmer, J Chipps, P Brysiewicz, F Walters, S Linxen, U Gröhbiel
International review of research in open and distributed learning 17 (5 …, 2016
Facebook for supervision? Research education shaped by the structural properties of a social media space
C Pimmer, J Chipps, P Brysiewicz, F Walters, S Linxen, U Gröhbiel
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 26 (5), 517-528, 2017
Is it still where I expect it?—Users’ current expectations of interface elements on the most frequent types of websites
S Heinz, S Linxen, AN Tuch, L Fraßeck, K Opwis
Interacting with Computers 29 (3), 325-344, 2017
Culture and HCI: A still slowly growing field of research. Findings from a systematic, comparative mapping review
S Linxen, V Cassau, C Sturm
Proceedings of the XXI International Conference on Human Computer …, 2021
Mental models for web objects in different cultural settings
S Linxen, S Heinz, LJ Müller, AN Tuch, K Opwis
CHI'14 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2557-2562, 2014
Mobile Knowledge Management in Maintenance
C Gütersloh, S Linxen
Proceedings of the International Conference on E-Learning, 94-102, 2017
Interkulturelle Erforschung und Gestaltung von Benutzungsschnittstellen (UI) und Benutzererfahrung (UX)
R Heimgärtner, C Sturm, C Womser-Hacker, S Linxen, T Mandl
Gesellschaft für Informatik eV, 2018
Tourney: A Game-Based Learning Approach for the Discovery of Uncommon Pathologies in Radiology
J Lutz, S Korkut, S Linxen, R Dornberger, T Heye, P Brantner, F Steiner
European Conference on Games Based Learning, 959-963, 2017
The impact of Lego® models in decision-making workshops
S Korkut, P Gawlik-Rau, R Dornberger, S Linxen
ECGBL 2017 11th European Conference on Game-Based Learning, 335, 2017
Informal mobile learning in nurse education and practice in remote areas. A case study from rural South Africa
P Brysiewicz, F Walters, C Pimmer, S Linxen
Elsevier, 2014
Mobile phones to facilitate connected social learning and work-based practices in marginalized settings. Insights from a research project in rural South Africa
C Pimmer, S Linxen, J Chipps, P Brysiewicz, U Gröhbiel, F Walters
Mobile phones as learning tools
P Brysiewicz, C Pimmer, J Chipps, F Walters, S Linxen, U Gröhbiel
Perspectives on human-computer interaction and culture
S Linxen
University_of_Basel, 2022
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