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  1. Mar 2021
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  5. Nov 2018
    1. “Our biggest opportunity is leaning into that. It’s either embracing the qualitative nature of that and designing systems that can act just on the qualitative nature of their experience, or figuring how to quantitate some of those qualitative measures,” says Chang. “That’ll get us much further, because the real value in health care systems is in the human interactions. My relationship with you as a doctor and a patient is far more valuable than the evidence that some trial suggests.”

      Biggest challenges to redesigning the health care system in a way that would work better for patients and improve health

  6. Oct 2016
    1. This is supported by Schwier’s (2007) views that ‘communities cannot be created; rather they emerge when conditions nurture them’ (p.18). These social interactions among students maximize students’ motivation and peer collabo-ration in learning (University of Texas 2013)



  7. Jul 2016
    1. Right now the focus is on audio data, which is being used in two ways. First, the system signals the TA when he or she is talking too much. That shows up as a big red screen that flashes to the instructor to give a warning, or a green light to signal that all is well.

      Does it apply the “10-second rule”, @slamteacher? Or does it trigger warnings at rhetorical questions?

  8. Nov 2013
    1. The design of interactions is driven by user requirements and their impact on the choices made in the implementation process. It is constrained by resource and technical system properties and by social and legal requirements.

      It would have been better if we'd talked about interactions with a broader notion of "stakeholder" instead of just "user" because the latter term tends to be conflated with customer, end user, consumer types and is too narrow. Many of the interactions in organizing systems are designed to support its operators or managers or other "non-user" stakeholders