The UX teardown/evaluation sprint is 4 days of mapping your Institutional data ecosystem and generating insights on ways to better student experiences. I generate quick, qualitative insights on the student perception of your campus digital footprint. 

Student privacy should be a top-level Institutional concern. A UX teardown is a great opportunity to test your systems and get quick feedback from faculty, staff, and students about where FERPA-protected data is stored and with whom that data is trusted (i.e. online databases, Google Classroom, Canvas, Moodle, SoftDocs, Blackboard, intranet, etc.).

Here’s an example of a student-led LRDJ that led to a multi-day student-led effort to reconcile their perceptions as customers at a college with the campus safety and parking enforcement policies.


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