Toolkit – Harnessing Quality Assurance Processes to Enhance Technology Enabled Learning
During 2010-2011, with support from a HEA grant, the SIG Steering Group developed a practitioners toolkit. The draft toolkit was presented at our conference in July 2010 and further developed as a result of delegates’ contributions and further contributions from the wider HE community. This is now available in the JISC Design Studio at: Toolkit – Harnessing Quality Assurance Process to Enhance Technology Enabled Learning
You can also download a pdf version of the toolkit from here: Toolkit – Harnessing Quality Assurance Processes to Enhance Technology Enabled Learning
The toolkit provides an “at a glance” framework and tools for institutional staff to use when considering employing technology to enhance course delivery. It enables practitioners to:
- Ensure that all aspects of the course design, delivery and maintenance processes are addressed by their institution’s quality assurance procedures; and
- Effectively harness the potential of the quality assurance procedures to drive forward the enhancement of the students’ learning experience.
The toolkit is designed to meet the broad continuum of delivery patterns from blended delivery to fully online distance courses.
Whilst this is a stable version of the toolkit, which is in use by a number of pilot projects, we still welcome comments contributions from the wider community both in the UK and overseas.
Please send comments and information on your usage to email@example.com