Our Learning Technologies Advisory Committee met last week to start to brainstorm what the current issues on campus are, with respect to learning technologies. One of the key themes was a need to systematically evaluate learning technologies to make sure we understand what people need to do, and how the tools/supports/resources can best meet those needs. After the meeting, I was asked to pull together some links to resources that can be used to help evaluate learning technologies from an instructor/admin and student perspective.
- A Rubric for Evaluating E-Learning Tools in Higher Education
- US Department of Education - Evaluation Tool
- EDUCAUSE Students and Technology Research Study
- Annual survey of online and digital learning in Canadian public post-secondary education by the Canadian Digital Learning Research Association
- BCCampus ETUG Community Survey
- Clint Lalonde followed up with a blog post chock full of linky goodness. Thanks, Clint! (and I’m looking forward to learning about Clint’s CAREET framework)
- Bob Bodily shared a link via comment on Clint’s post, to the PIC-RAT framework by Royce Kimmons.
I’ll continue updating this post as I gather more resources.