Conference paper Open Access
Goppold, Marvin; Handl, Fabian; Franz, Martin
The article introduces a workshop for formally non-qualified persons aiming competence development and certification of skills and knowledge in manual assembly. Within the workshop, participants set up a workplace, define a work process and use authoring systems to create tutorials of an industrial assembly process. While filming, the tutorial creation process facilitates the target group to reflect the working process and to confront them with decision-making problems when optimizing details. In fact, the authoring system serves as an overlaying work-based reflection process. However, current research does not cover acceptance studies of authoring systems for this target group in this domain. Therefore, the study evaluates technology acceptance of an iPad-based authoring system with the help of a translated UTAUT questionnaire in context of industrial manufacturing. In the end, the article discusses the outcomes in view of the fact that several limitations may skew them.
Goppold et al_2019_Acceptance of a tutorial-creating authoring system for work-based learning in.pdf