The steering group of the Quality Assurance and Quality Enhancement in E-Learning Special Interest Group (QAQE SIG) is conducting a small piece of research to consider how the Key Information Set (KIS) requirements have been met within Institutions and to identify any challenges that the KIS poses for technology enhanced learning (TEL). We would like to invite members of the QAQE Special Interest Group (SIG) and other key stakeholders to answer a short questionnaire to help us gain insights into how TEL teaching activities and assessments have been categorised and if the KIS is influencing, or will influence, developments within TEL.
The survey is anonymous and should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete.
Please use the following link to access the survey:
The questionnaire has ethical approval from the University of Hertfordshire (protocol number: EDU/SF/UH/00001) and will be open until 6th March.
In addition to the survey, the steering group is facilitating two consultation workshops to further explore any benefits or challenges posed by the KIS requirements and to contextualize early findings from the survey. Workshop attendance is free and refreshments will be provided. If you would like to attend please contact the relevant steering group member and they will provide further details.
March 14th Open University West Midlands, Birmingham. Contact: Jon Rosewell Jon.Rosewell@open.ac.uk
April 24th London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education. Contact: Barbara Newland B.A.Newland@brighton.ac.uk
On behalf of the steering group, I would like to thank you in advance for helping us with our research
Helen Barefoot (Chair of the steering group)