In addition to the various high level evaluation frameworks mentioned: BSLES, Pathfinder, Benchmarking, it will be useful to include the e-Learning Strategy in the mapping exercise. Still it is helpful to remember that learner views are critical, whatever the framework.
Evaluation of the course design and curriculum development models; Research into the Brookes student learning experience in the technology rich collaborative and social environments
Oxford Brookes e-Learning Co-ordinators for the Schools are Arts and Humanities: Virginia Crossman and Suzuko Anai (Languages) Built Environment: Gina Ennis-Reynolds Business: Berry O'Donovan Health and Social Care: Peter Bradley Life Sciences: Andrew Rosenthal Social Sciences and Law: vacant Technology: Douglas Higgison, Sharon Curtis Westminster Institute of Education: Jonathan Allen 01/12/2006
Interesting question: the requirements for a learning platform
I offer this as a component of an evaluation framework: what are the user requirements for different kinds of users of a VLE. A professional acquaintance from another university is advising his department on the procurement of a learning platform. He asked me a simple question last night: "...is there a web site or paper … Continue reading Interesting question: the requirements for a learning platform
Areas of work
The main areas of work for our Pathfinding project are: Infrastructures Learning Technology Practices Evaluation activities Staff and educational development programmes Infrastructures Identification of appropriate softwares and platforms including the repository architecture for research outputs, learning objects, and personal and professional development portfolio items elaboration of the service matrix workflows and procedures for identity management, … Continue reading Areas of work