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
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
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
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
Mensch und Computer 2018-Workshopband, 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
Mobile phones as learning tools
P Brysiewicz, C Pimmer, J Chipps, F Walters, S Linxen, U Gröhbiel
20th annual Qualitative Health Research Conference, British Columbia, Canada, 2014
Perspectives on human-computer interaction and culture
S Linxen
University_of_Basel, 2022
Mobile and Ubiquitous Knowledge Management: Lessons from the Transportation Sector
C Pimmer, C Gütersloh, S Linxen, R Rohner, SFR SBB
ECKM 2018 19th European Conference on Knowledge Management, 693, 2018
Leitfaden zur formalen Gestaltung wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten
S Linxen, J Jäger, S Göldi, S Künzi
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