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Guide to Quality in Post-Traditional Online Higher Education

Guide to Quality in Post-Traditional Online Higher Education | iEduc |
Working with Academic Partnerships, Sir John Daniel and Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic have released a Guide to Quality in Post-Traditional Online Higher Education Gui

Via Alfredo Corell
Alfredo Corell's curator insight, April 6, 2014 11:00 AM

The new Guide aims to help individuals and institutions that are adopting post-traditional approaches by outlining key issues to consider when assuring the quality of their offerings. The guide is structured in the form of ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ as a simple way of presenting the central arguments and is aimed at university decision-makers, faculty and academic staff, government policy-makers, funding bodies, and researchers.

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SEVAQ+ Shared quality evaluation

SEVAQ+ Shared quality evaluation | iEduc |

Welcome to SEVAQ+
If you’re implementing eLearning and ICT in Higher Education or Vocational Education and Training, then we’re sure you’ll agree that ensuring quality is a major priority! SEVAQ+ is a European-wide initiative for the Self-evaluation of quality in technology-enhanced learning, based on an innovative combination of the Kirkpatrick evaluation model for learning and the EFQM excellence model (c). SEVAQ+ enables you to engage in a 360° analysis of feedback from the major stakeholders involved in technology-enhanced learning systems. Access the tool directly on the right on this page!

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Two More Things that Bug me About Quality in e-Learning

Two More Things that Bug me About Quality in e-Learning | iEduc |

We would be better off to talk about Excellence in e-Learning, or my preferred term of Excellence in e-Education. The other thing that the chart illustrates is that most quality standards tend to aim at the large middle section – which is indicative of being good enough, rather than excellent. It’s really not that high a bar. My suggestion is that you stop talking about Quality, and start talking about Excellence.

Via Barry Dahl, Alastair Creelman
Barry Dahl's curator insight, February 7, 2014 10:08 AM

Online course completions continue to get better and better, as we figure out how to be more effective online educators and as students learn how to be better online learners. If anything, the e-Learning Atheists (naysayers) should be concerned that the difference in rates is so small, and getting smaller. More about those improving completion rates next time.

Catherine Pascal's curator insight, February 9, 2014 11:32 AM

 Yes !