how to find ur class

1 Mar 2007 - 9:45am
7 years ago
3 replies
387 reads
cui sarah
2007

I was send a mail talk about something,but no one givens me advices.I think
maybe becuz my english was not write clear.here is a problem,I really need
u help me.please give me some advice.thank u so much!

I need make a website about student community.If people come to there,frist
they need to find their class.how to do it?

I think its too move.frist,they find their school;and then they find the
class.

we put a key words sash there for seach school.I think this the most easy
way to seach something.And then, talk about seach class.the problem is year
of the enrollment and the number of the class.If use the sash of keywords
,we need exact keywords from the user.this is hard to ensure.

I want to know is there have other way to seach the classes?
and this too move to seach that is good or bad?

thank you so much!

sarah cui

_________________________________________________________________
Ãâ·ÑÏÂÔØ MSN Explorer: http://explorer.msn.com/lccn

Comments

1 Mar 2007 - 9:49am
cui sarah
2007

Im so sorry to type the wrong words.saech=search!

>From: "cui sarah" <sarahbabytree at hotmail.com>
>To: axup at userdesign.com, discuss at ixda.org
>Subject: [IxDA Discuss] how to find ur class
>Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2007 22:45:24 +0800
>
>I was send a mail talk about something,but no one givens me
>advices.I think maybe becuz my english was not write clear.here is a
>problem,I really need u help me.please give me some advice.thank u
>so much!
>
>I need make a website about student community.If people come to
>there,frist they need to find their class.how to do it?
>
>I think its too move.frist,they find their school;and then they find
>the class.
>
>we put a key words sash there for seach school.I think this the most
>easy way to seach something.And then, talk about seach class.the
>problem is year of the enrollment and the number of the class.If use
>the sash of keywords ,we need exact keywords from the user.this is
>hard to ensure.
>
>I want to know is there have other way to seach the classes?
>and this too move to seach that is good or bad?
>
>thank you so much!
>
>sarah cui
>
>_________________________________________________________________
>Ãâ·ÑÏÂÔØ MSN Explorer: http://explorer.msn.com/lccn
>

>________________________________________________________________
>Welcome to the Interaction Design Association (IxDA)!
>To post to this list ....... discuss at ixda.org
>List Guidelines ............ http://listguide.ixda.org/
>List Help .................. http://listhelp.ixda.org/
>(Un)Subscription Options ... http://subscription-options.ixda.org/
>Announcements List ......... http://subscribe-announce.ixda.org/
>Questions .................. lists at ixda.org
>Home ....................... http://ixda.org/
>Resource Library ........... http://resources.ixda.org

_________________________________________________________________
ÏíÓÃÊÀ½çÉÏ×î´óµÄµç×ÓÓʼþϵͳ¡ª MSN Hotmail¡£ http://www.hotmail.com

1 Mar 2007 - 12:14pm
Cecily Walker
2006

Hi Sarah,

Will search be the only way that the students will have to find their
classes? I think search works provided that there is controlled
vocabulary or keywords available that match all of the different terms
people might use to find a course.

However, you might take a look at the search at the British Columbia
Institute of Technology. I'm not a student there (my husband is) but I
remember being impressed with their advanced search feature, which
works more like a course selector rather than a keyword search.

You can see it here: http://www.bcit.ca/study/ - this page has the
simple keyword search on it, but if you click the 'advanced search'
link, you'll see the course picker I mentioned.

Good luck,
Cecily

1 Mar 2007 - 9:29pm
cui sarah
2007

hi cecily

I was think about that user find their classes in the choice menus.But I
think the choice menus is hard to make when we users are not just study in
university.our users are all the people whom can use the computer and used
to study in the school.It will be huge.and I also believe the choice menus
are hard to use...user make a right choice and chick the right option in a
big choice menus quickly is not easy.do you think so?

but I think the chioce menus puls the keywords search is better way maybe.

thank u so much:)

>From: "Cecily Walker" <cecily.walker at gmail.com>
>CC: discuss at ixda.org
>Subject: Re: [IxDA Discuss] how to find ur class
>Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2007 09:14:59 -0800
>
>Hi Sarah,
>
>Will search be the only way that the students will have to find their
>classes? I think search works provided that there is controlled
>vocabulary or keywords available that match all of the different terms
>people might use to find a course.
>
>However, you might take a look at the search at the British Columbia
>Institute of Technology. I'm not a student there (my husband is) but I
>remember being impressed with their advanced search feature, which
>works more like a course selector rather than a keyword search.
>
>You can see it here: http://www.bcit.ca/study/ - this page has the
>simple keyword search on it, but if you click the 'advanced search'
>link, you'll see the course picker I mentioned.
>
>Good luck,
>Cecily
>________________________________________________________________
>Welcome to the Interaction Design Association (IxDA)!
>To post to this list ....... discuss at ixda.org
>List Guidelines ............ http://listguide.ixda.org/
>List Help .................. http://listhelp.ixda.org/
>(Un)Subscription Options ... http://subscription-options.ixda.org/
>Announcements List ......... http://subscribe-announce.ixda.org/
>Questions .................. lists at ixda.org
>Home ....................... http://ixda.org/
>Resource Library ........... http://resources.ixda.org

_________________________________________________________________
Ãâ·ÑÏÂÔØ MSN Explorer: http://explorer.msn.com/lccn

Syndicate content Get the feed