Talk:Evaluation of eLearning for Effective Practice Guidebook/Class Projects/Kevin and Jon - project page

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Comments on plan015:15, 12 October 2010
Evaluation Plan015:58, 1 October 2010
Feedback on plan014:27, 29 September 2010
Survey Tools020:17, 23 September 2010

Comments on plan

Had a quick look (meant to be doing other things!) Found your background confusing. The picture person couldn't follow the threads - diagram or more subheadings may help ie 'Completion of course', 'Course Criteria'.

Also you put that 'Survey Monkey' is a limitation. Did you plan to do more than 10 questions? It sounded like you blamed the tools.

Well done for getting to this point - why is this part worth 25%? It is the bit that I am sure takes the longest.

Kind regards katie

Katie (talk)15:15, 12 October 2010

Evaluation Plan

HI Kevin and Jon

Your evaluation plan sounds very good and should be a great help to your teaching and for studentlearning in the future.  I can understand the difficulty getting past students to evaluate their learning on a survey tool as usually they are "gone with the wind" as theymake their way with their careers.  I particularly liked your data collection matrix.  I thought that was a great innovation.  Bronwyn's suggestion of triangulation of methods using Gratton and Jones is helpful to us all.  We thought it was great coming from a sporting background but research methods are the same regardless of what field you are engaged in.   Good luck in bringing your plan fully to its completion.  There is a lot of work in spelling out an idea so that it is clear to others. Dana and I have found that quite a challenge.  Go well.  Louise

Lrummel (talk)15:58, 1 October 2010

Feedback on plan

Hello Kevin and Jon You have made a great start on your plan. I have added some suggestions, and am looking forward to seeing your survey and interview questions. I have suggested a way to develop these by working out what needs to be asked under each guideline or sub-question. Some more detail is needed in the Introduction, Background and Methods sections. --Bronwynh 01:27, 29 September 2010 (UTC)

Bronwynh (talk)14:27, 29 September 2010

Survey Tools

Hi J & K - Glad to see someone is making headway, I can see you have a nice meaty topic (pardon the pun!). Have you considered instead of Survey Monkey? I haven't used the product except as a survey respondant but it seemed ok and it may not have any limitations ... I have also had recommended to me (but never used it) although I think its open source ... just a couple of suggestions for ya :) Cheers, Rachel

Rachel humphrey (talk)20:17, 23 September 2010