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Social Not-working?Evaluating and building an onlinelearning communityColin Gray & Keith Smyth, Edinburgh Napier University
The Edinburgh Napier Educat         ExchangePage 2
Project Rationale          Workshop participants requiring         continuing, long term support          Staff projects r...
System Features          Blogging          Collaborative page creation          Groups          File sharing          Book...
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Answer                                                                       Count   Percent Discussion forums within grou...
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Social Not-working? Evaluating an online learning community for higher education

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This presentation was around an evaluation run on the Edinburgh Napier Education Exchange, delivered at the International Conference for Elearning in Canada, 2011.

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Social Not-working? Evaluating an online learning community for higher education

  1. 1. Social Not-working?Evaluating and building an onlinelearning communityColin Gray & Keith Smyth, Edinburgh Napier University
  2. 2. The Edinburgh Napier Educat ExchangePage 2
  3. 3. Project Rationale Workshop participants requiring continuing, long term support Staff projects requiring a collaboration resource Communication across school and facultyPage 3
  4. 4. System Features Blogging Collaborative page creation Groups File sharing BookmarkingPage 4
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  9. 9. Answer Count Percent Discussion forums within groups 19 43.18% Keeping up to date with teaching & learning activities currently happening 17 38.64% within Edinburgh Napier. Providing a shared collaborative space for groups involving internal and 13 29.55% external members Sharing education resources 12 27.27% Other, please state: 11 25% Use of the group tool as an online presence for projects or initiatives 10 22.73% Admin file sharing (eg. project documents, policies, etc) 6 13.64% Blogging 5 11.36% Use of groups as an online presence for Teaching Fellows Special Interest 5 11.36% Groups Media sharing (eg. images 3 6.82% Creation of web pages 2 4.55% Instant communication (eg. the wire or ENEE personal messages) 2 4.55%Page 9
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