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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.

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 online learning community Colin Gray & Keith Smyth, Edinburgh Napier University
  2. 2. The Edinburgh Napier Educat Exchange Page 2
  3. 3. Project Rationale Workshop participants requiring continuing, long term support Staff projects requiring a collaboration resource Communication across school and faculty Page 3
  4. 4. System Features Blogging Collaborative page creation Groups File sharing Bookmarking Page 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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