Evaluating the Quality of the e-Learning Experience in Higher Education. Anne Jelfs and Keir Thorpe, Institute of Educational Technology (IET), The Open University. Introduction. Complexity of student experience Problems facing evaluators Different research methodologies
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Anne Jelfs and Keir Thorpe,
Institute of Educational Technology (IET),
The Open University
Promoted by government initiatives Higher Education
Cost effectiveness of e-Learning
Permits tailored education
Can develop in ways which impoverish education
Time & production costs of development
Students & tutors lacking skills to useTwo Sides of e-Learning
Is the student experience exceptional? Higher Education
Are there defects in the system or delivery?
Fit for purpose?
Value for money or adds costs?
Effect on student numbers?Questions to Ask yourself
To best understand the potential for
Materials and Communication Higher Education
2. Readability & usability of materials
Social Relationships and Costs Higher Education
Surveying students’ views:
Baseline data to:
To praise & ask queries, contact Higher EducationAnne:
To complain, contact Keir: