Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters

Document Type


Publication Date

Spring 5-2020

Faculty Advisor(s)

Doctor LouAnne Boyd


On the Chapman campus, through taking and choosing various classes, there is a significant need for communication and feedback between students and peers, professors, tutors, and study groups. With this, we wanted to create an application that enables users from various majors to not only easily and effectively communicate with various people in their field, but one that also enables them to give and receive feedback on various classes through a rating system. We believe that the application will aid students in a myriad of specific ways, including being involved in study groups and getting tutoring help, determining which classes to take for following semesters, communicating with professors on a class and individual level, and more. In order to ensure that the application is inclusive and effective, we want to perform user testing with a diverse set of users. Receiving feedback from users with different majors, ages, involvement on campus, technological experience, and more will help us ensure, through user-driven design, that we are accommodating the application for the widest range of students possible.


Presented at the Spring 2020 Student Scholar Symposium at Chapman University.