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  • 1. Focus
Group
Guidelines
for
Discussion

I’d
like
to
remind
us
all
that
a
focus
group
is
NOT
 • A
debate
 • A
conflict‐resolution
session
 • A
problem‐solving
session

We
are
not
here
to
solve
any
problems
that
may
exist
with
eLearning.

We
ARE
here
to
gather
information
from
you
that
will
guide
us
in
creating
the
RFP,
in
ensuring
that
it
meets
the
needs
of
the
faculty
and
students,
as
much
as
we
can.

We
are
not
going
to
discuss
eLearning
Support
or
eLearning
Tools
(the
section
request
tool)
or
the
Orion/eLearning
connection.

Today’s
session
is
focused
on
the
learning
management
system
itself
–
how
you
use
it,
what
works,
what
doesn’t
work,
and
what
you
may
need
from
whatever
LMS
we
end
up
with.

We
have
some
general
areas
that
we
want
to
discuss
with
you,
but
we’ll
go
where
we
need
to.

I’ll
keep
us
on
track
and
on
time.

3
areas:
 • current
usage
 • usability
 • tools


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