Evaluating Learning Technologies

May 31, 2011 at 4:02 pm | Posted in useful links | Leave a comment

The ALT mailing list provided some useful links to evaluation guides recently, and I thought it would be a good idea to gather them in a post so they are easy to find later. Specifically, these guides aim to ensure that the evaluation of novel learning technologies is done well; for example our pilot use of the Panopto lecture capture system.

JISC published Six Steps to Effective Evaluation as a handbook for project managers is a comprehensive 35 pages.

Laura Skelton from Nottingham Trent University implemented this as a toolkit on a website.

The University of Birmingham have published their Learning Technology Adoption Toolkit, which has been conceived as “a way of standardising and streamlining the technology adoption process, ensuring that all future upgrades are judged against the same carefully considered criteria.”


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