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E-Learning Research Projects 200809

During 200809, EvidenceNet funded 7 research projects to generate evidence relating to different aspects of e-learning. These projects are now finishing and the project teams are publishing findings on the wiki here. More formal reports will be made available via the main EvidenceNet website in due course.

 

Submitted by Heather Fotheringham, 12 November 2009

 

Help to Shape EvidenceNet Phase 2

Phase 1 of the EvidenceNet website was launched in June 2009. We are now developing phase 2 of the site to include more interactive features such as:

 

  • Ability for users to review as well as rate resources
  • Ability for users to add their own resources, events and networks to EvidenceNet 

 

The Academy is engaging with a wide range of stakeholders in a consultation process throughout the phases of development to ensure that future functionality meets the needs of a variety of users. We are currently running two online surveys to get the views of:

 

 

They should take around 10 minutes to complete and we would be really grateful for your input.

 

Submitted by Heather Fotheringham, 28 August 2009

 

 

Usability studies in July 2009

We are going to be running usability studies in Leeds in the week commencing July 27th in order to gather feedback on the new EvidenceNet website. This feedback will be used to improve the website to make it as user friendly a resource as possible. If you are interested in taking part in these studies then please contact the EvidenceNet Team by email. The studies will take around 45 minutes and we are able to offer £30 in book tokens as a thank you for your time and will also cover reasonable travel expenses.

 

Submitted by Heather Fotheringham, 8 July 2009

 


 

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