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Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress22/03/2016
Joy Hooper, Project Manager: FE & Skills
22/03/201
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Eval...
What: Background
»Any future online service must provide a focal point for
the FE and skills community where they can do s...
What did we do?
A snapshot of some common criteria
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Acc...
What did we do? Four themes
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Production
& design
Access...
What did we do? Four themes
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Accessibility
and inclusio...
So what?
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So what?
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So what?
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So what? Introducing the framework
»Focussed on the needs of DR staff.
»More consistent approach & informed decision makin...
Now what ?The framework
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Thankyou, questions are welcome
22/03/2016 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress 11
Joy Hooper
Project Ma...
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Evaluating quality digital content

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Evaluating quality digital content presented by Joy Hooper at the FE and Skills Coalition meeting 15th March 2016

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Evaluating quality digital content

  1. 1. Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress22/03/2016 Joy Hooper, Project Manager: FE & Skills 22/03/201 6 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress Source: Google images
  2. 2. What: Background »Any future online service must provide a focal point for the FE and skills community where they can do single search across a range of content services to find relevant, ‘high quality’ content which is easy to reuse and for some practitioners, can be re-mixed. »Without exception, the focus on ‘high quality’ content was seen as the overriding priority that would determine whether an online service would be used. 22/03/2016 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress 2
  3. 3. What did we do? A snapshot of some common criteria 22/03/2016 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress 3 Accurate Easy to use Current Trusted Engaging Relevant Mobile Reusable Well- structured Rights info clear Teachers consulted Higher- order thinking
  4. 4. What did we do? Four themes 22/03/2016 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress 4 Production & design Accessibility & inclusion Technology Teaching & Learning »Identify four inter-linking themes »Consult with colleagues (DR, DF)
  5. 5. What did we do? Four themes 22/03/2016 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress 5 Accessibility and inclusion Technology Teaching & Learning Production & design
  6. 6. So what? 22/03/2016 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress Source: Google Images 6
  7. 7. So what? 22/03/2016 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress 7
  8. 8. So what? 22/03/2016 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress 8
  9. 9. So what? Introducing the framework »Focussed on the needs of DR staff. »More consistent approach & informed decision making across DR directorate when: › commissioning digital content › evaluating bids from third-party providers › identifying digital content for retirement › identifying existing digital content for inclusion into a new service. › Benefits: efficiency savings & alignment – existing processes / support material 22/03/2016 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress 9
  10. 10. Now what ?The framework 22/03/2016 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress 10
  11. 11. Thankyou, questions are welcome 22/03/2016 Evaluating quality digital content: A work in progress 11 Joy Hooper Project Manager, FE & Skills Joy.hooper@jisc.ac.uk 0161 413 7523

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