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Using the book Data-Driven Personas for Teaching

Hi, Professor!

Planning your HCI, design, UX, advertising, content creation, marketing, or related course for the upcoming semester?

Consider using the book Data-Driven Personas in your course.

Data-Driven Personas

There are MANY advantages to using this book for your course!

First, we developed the book with the persona, Kristi, in mind, who is a professor teaching a course dealing with personas. So, the book is made for those who want to teach others about personas.

Second, the book is designed for a standard semester course, including actionable appendices that are great for course projects.

Third, each chapter has key takeaway points and several questions which can be great for classroom discussions, homework, or exams.

Bonus!!! Many universities subscribe to the Morgan Claypool series, meaning that students can access the book, Data-Driven Personas, for FREE! Students like professors who use textbooks that are no cost!

This book is made to make your course prep and teaching your course a little easier!

Have a great semester!

You can get your copy of the book from the publisher, Data-Driven Personas

Or through Amazon Data-Driven Personas

Jansen, B. J., Salminen, J., Jung, S.G., and Guan, K. (2021). Data-Driven Personas. Synthesis Lectures on Human-Centered Informatics,1 Carroll, J. (Ed). Morgan-Claypool: San Rafael, CA., 4:1, i-317.

By Jim Jansen

Dr. Jansen is a Principal Scientist in the social computing group of the Qatar Computing Research Institute, and a professor with the College of Science and Engineering, Hamad bin Khalifa University, and an adjunct professor with the College of Information Sciences and Technology at The Pennsylvania State University. He is a graduate of West Point and has a Ph.D. in computer science from Texas A&M University, along with master degrees from Texas A&M (computer science) and Troy State (international relations). Dr. Jim Jansen served in the U.S. Army as an Infantry enlisted soldier and communication commissioned officer.