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AACE E-Learn Special Interest Group on Designing, Developing, and Assessing E-Learning (SIG 3)

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Making the complex clear, turning difficult into intriguing, raising intellectual curiosity, supporting creative problem solving, posing authentic challenges, building effective scaffolds – …

Making the complex clear, turning difficult into intriguing, raising intellectual curiosity, supporting creative problem solving, posing authentic challenges, building effective scaffolds – contemporary e-learning goes beyond the latest tools and technologies. The special interest group “Designing, Developing, and Assessing E-Learning” aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to debate and collaborate on a variety of instructional design themes.
The SIG will promote activities for future E-Learn conferences, including suggestions for invited speakers and symposia. It provides a marketplace for joint research projects and offers publications opportunities in form of special issues and edited volumes.

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  • Assessment plays a vital role in delivering, evaluating and improving learning experiences in online and face-to-face settings. I envision the SIG is a place to compare notes on the conceptual development, implementation and data analysis for various assessment approaches.
  • Assessment plays a vital role in delivering, evaluating and improving learning experiences in online and face-to-face settings. I envision the SIG is a place to compare notes on the conceptual development, implementation and data analysis for various assessment approaches.
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    • 1. SIG3: Designing, Developing & Assessing E-Learning Curtis Ho University of Hawaii at Manoa (USA) Stefanie Panke University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA)
    • 2. Co-Chairs – SIG Facilitators Our Goal: Community of Practice with many leadership roles
    • 3. Outcomes for Today • Get to know members of SIG • Agree on Purpose and Scope • Discuss communication tools • Discuss possible activities • Discuss your interest or role
    • 4. SIG Purpose & Scope • Purpose: – – – – – – Create community for research and practice Identify common challenges, issues & interests Facilitate research collaboration Influence and enrich E-Learn program Create shared knowledge (crowdsourcing, surveys) Present our work in reports, special issues, etc. • Scope: – Pedagogy-oriented, not trend-driven – Already nicknamed ‘The Assessment SIG’ – Focus on ‘Assessment’?
    • 5. Learn more about us at ETC Journal • A Conversation with Curtis Ho: AACE E-Learn SIG on Designing, Developing and Assessing ELearning
    • 6. Assessment & E-Learning • Needs Assessment: Gather data to reach the audience effectively and design user-friendly interfaces (e.g., focus groups, surveys, interviews, personas, scenarios) • Impact Assessment: Understand how learners access online material or move through the curriculum and improve their experience (e.g., Web analytics, social media metrics, learning analytics, surveys, interviews) • Classroom Assessment: Implement assessment techniques that support students’ critical thinking abilities and transfer learning skills(e.g., peer-to-peer assessment, rubrics, portfolios, problem-based learning).
    • 7. Ideas for Activities • Follow-up online survey among SIG members • Bimonthly virtual meetings (Adobe Connect / Google Hangout) – suggested topics? • SIG Mailinglist / Newsletter • SIG Blog/Website • SIG Social Media Spaces (Facebook, Twitter, Scoop.It, Pinterest, LinkedIn) • SIG Meeting report • Ideas /Input for E-Learn 2014
    • 8. Writing Collaborative at E-Learn 2014 • Groups of 4-6 international scholars collaborate in a writing team on a joint, assessment-related topic • Each group is led by an experienced chair • Collaboration is facilitated through online meetings • Each participant adds individual, national and organizational perspective • Writing sprint at E-Learn 2014 Conference • Articles are submitted to Special Issue or Edited Volume • Example: ‘Writing Without Borders: 2013 International Writing Collaborative’ in Teaching & Learning Inquiry: The ISSOTL Journal, 1(2).
    • 9. Play a vital part! • Would you like to host or lead a virtual meeting? • Are you interested in the collaborative writing project? • Would you like to curate a social media space for the SIG? • Do you have other ideas, suggestions, interests?