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[BLANK_AUDIO]. It's important after undertaking any new
learning and teaching strategy to know whether it's
working or not. >> This video will provide some
suggestions on how you might go about evaluating your own
online initiatives. Just like assessment it's important to
think of evaluation as not something you do at the end of the learning process, but
something that you do throughout. >> It's equally as important to consider evaluation from multiple angles
or perspectives, such as your own self reflection, peer
feedback, student feedback or a theory. Will explore how you can use these angles
in your own practice to evaluate any teaching that
you do online. >> We'll explore how you can use these angles in practice to evaluate your own
online initiatives. Self reflection. Did your teaching strategy achieve the
outcome you are expecting? Is there something you would change next
time to improve your practice? Would you recommend your approach to a
colleague? Was the technology appropriate? Peer feedback. Have a colleague look at your redesign,
activity, resource or assessment. What feedback do they offer? Student feedback. Obtain feedback from your students. This can be in various ways. A short survey, part way through the
learning process, to inform any changes to your
course. Or, you could also conduct focus groups,
to obtain some deeper and richer feedback, that could inform
your course design next time. Theory and scholarship. Explore the literature and educational
technology, to learn about how others have approached,
not only evaluating their online strategy, but
how the reported outcomes relate, to your own,
experience. While the four angles provide a holistic
way of evaluating your online initiative, they're primarily relying on
self reported data or your own reflection. >> Online technologies allow the
possibility of exploring objective data from students actual
interaction with the technology. >> Much the same way that a gas company
can track energy consumption in different cities so that they can improve their
infrastructure, some online learning technologies that we
use, capture data about a student's online
activity. >> If you can have access to this type of
data you can start evaluating your online
initiative using the objective data. >> Analyzing this behavioral data from
your students learning informs your teaching and it's
called learning analytics. >> The Society of Learning Analytics and
Knowledge defines learning analytics as the measurement,
collection, analysis and reporting of data about learners and their context for
purposes of understanding and optimizing learning and the
environments in which it occurs. >> Many new versions of learning
management systems such as Moodle, Blackboard or
Desire to Learn, now provide you with the ability to visualize and report your own students'
online behavior. Many open technologies also have these features, such as YouTube, twitter, and
Google. >> This can help you know whether you need
to intervene and assist certain students, modify your learning and
teaching strategy, or whether your design is
effective. >> Explore the online technologies
available at your institution to see if there are any available learning
[UNKNOWN] or reporting functionality. That you can use to assist you with your
evaluation. >> Hopefully we've given you some ideas
about how to go about evaluating your own online
initiative. Think about the strategies introduced in
this video when evaluating the effectiveness of your
own teaching.

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