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Delivering Online Student Module Evaluations: Principles and Practice

Presentation for Staffordshire University Showcase Event
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John Erskine

on 1 April 2010

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Transcript of Delivering Online Student Module Evaluations: Principles and Practice

Delivering Online Student Module Evaluations:
Principles and Effective Practice

What are the requirements of an effective automated online module evaluation system?
Effective requirements....

R1. Questionnaire Software that delivers the goods!
R2. Minimal or No Administrative Handling of the data required
R3 . Module Leaders buy into the process
R4. The development of an agreed evaluation template with common core questions to be able to compare data across modules on the award
R5. Module Leaders responsibile for obtaining and amending an Evaluation Template
R6. The ability of module leaders to add questions to the template to obtain specific and additional feedback on unique aspect(s) of module delivery
R7. An easily acessible one stop shop for students to complete module evalutions at one point in time.
R8. That the module evaluation data produced can be easily and seamlessly incorporated into module leaders reports.
R9. That module leaders report data can be seamlessly incorporated into an award leaders report.
John Erskine
Sport & Exercise
Faculty of Health
Qualtrics!!
R1: Questionnaire Software that delivers the goods... and the answer is.....
R2: Minimal or No Administrative Handling of the data required
Answer: a system set up where module leaders are responsible from A to Z, re the process -
Zero Administrative Involvement!
R7. An easily acessible one stop shop for students to complete module evalutions at one point in time.
R4. The development of an evaluation template with common core questions to be able to compare data across modules on the award
R5. The ability of module leaders to add questions to that template to examine a unique aspect of module delivery
Me and big Bro, Portstewart
Beach March 64

Thats all folks!!!
Questions?



and to answer to two important ones.....

Q1. What software have you used tor this presentation?
Answer: Prezi ..... see www.prezi.com

R3: Module leaders buy into the Process
How?
Involvement in and part ownership of the process!!

R5: Module Leaders responsible for obtaining and amending an evaluation template
R6. The ability of module leaders to add questions to the template to obtain specific and additional feedback on unique aspect(s) of module delivery
How??
By using a Testbank of Additional Questions
R8. That the module evaluation data produced can be easily and seamlessly incorporated into module leaders reports.
Export the Qualtrics data to a word document
Cut and paste 'core' question scores into module evaluation document
Cut and paste Student qualitative comments into Appendix of module evaluation document
R9. That module leaders report data can be seamlessly incorporated into an award leaders report.
Once undertaken this is a 2 minute job
Q2: Where can I view this presentation?
Ans: at http://prezi.com/-b93cwlp7d9y/
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