Reflections on four evaluations - role of evaluation to provide an external lens. Methodologies varied but usually included taking in a range of stakeholder perspectives and assessing project vision and aspirations against actual outcomes and attempting to position the work within the wider spectrum of e-learning developments, policy and directives.
Distilling lessons from 4 different types of e-learning intervention
Distilling lessons <ul><li>four different types of e-learning interventions </li></ul>Gráinne Conole, email@example.com WWWrong Workshop 17th September 2007 Crete
UK e-University Vision Reality Learning objects Course models Student preferences Learning activities Low uptake No needs analysis Sector perception Academic vs. Buisiness
TOIA Vision Reality Free e-assessment system Development outsourcing Timely/raised profile Interoperability Communication Interest vs. uptake Sustainability Commercial vs. academic
Neonatal Vision Reality Online course CPD support Good practice Pan-European Unexpected patterns Cultural issues Drop out Sustainability?
E-Bank Vision Reality Raw data to publication Research to teaching Changing practice Interdisciplinarity Technical issues Cultural change Stakeholders Pedagogical innovation?
Barriers and enablers Organisational Technical Pedagogical Time Changing practice Structures and processes Pace of change Technological developments Barriers Innovations Catalysts Innovators External drivers Enablers
Impact Local culture vs. global hegemony, changing roles and structures, new educational and funding models Sage Handbook of E-learning Research 2007 Context Globalised, networked and information rich environment, changing social norms and values Drivers Widening participation, e-learning, accessibility, democratisation, economic development, lifelong learning Policy Practice UK: Let 1000 flowers bloom Range of funding initiatives, e-learning strategies China: Government directed, massification Sino-UK programme Education for all
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