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Quality Assurance of e-Learning: Methodologies and Issues to Consider

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Presented at the ELIXIR e-Learning Workshop, Ljubljana 15.09.2015

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Quality Assurance of e-Learning: Methodologies and Issues to Consider

  1. 1. QUALITY ASSURANCE OF E-LEARNING METHODOLOGIES & ISSUES TO CONSIDER ANTHONY F. CAMILLERI – KNOWLEDGE INNOVATION CENTRE ELIXIR WORKSHOP, LJUBLJANA 15/09/2015
  2. 2. TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS Ubiquitous Computing access to computing power any time anywhere Open Data access to any information any time anywhere Learning Analytics ability to base teaching decisions on data Semantic Search ability to talk and converse with machines Collaboration Technologies ability to collaborate with anybody in real-time Personalisation Technologies move away from traditional massification concepts
  3. 3. SOCIAL CHANGES MEAN INCREASED DEMANDS FROM EDUCATION  provide graduates to supply the knowledge economy  increase efficiency of processes  extend reach of programmes  adapt content to ever- changing priorities do more, better, with
  4. 4. THREATS TO QUALITY ONLINE EDUCATION Content Management Diploma Mills Digital Evangelism instead of Learning Design Quality Degrees Pedagogical Soundness
  5. 5. SELECTED TRENDS IN ONLINE, OPEN AND FLEXIBLE HIGHER EDUCATION Quality Labels for e- learning Learning Analytics Increasing demand for recognition & portability Growth of OER
  6. 6. QUALITY MODELS FOR E-LEARNING  40+ Quality Models on OER; MOOCs, E- learning, Online learning Certification Benchmarkin g Accreditation Advisory
  7. 7. QUALITY MODELS LOOK AT THE SAME ASPECTS Three significant areas related to quality in online learning, including e-learning (Ossiannilsson, 2012). QA challenge: which quality approach fits me best?
  8. 8. LEARNING ANALYTICS CAN TELL US methods • A/B Testing • usage statistics on resources • detailed grading data • social network analysis • live performance monitoring • student record monitoring tell us • how students interact with materials, each others and tutors • which materials and methods work best • which students are in danger of falling behind • social issues & equity issues
  9. 9. QA-RELATED ISSUES TO CONSIDER Can we claim a course to be quality without data? How do we define an expert in the future?
  10. 10. GROWTH IN OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES April 2014: 3045 learning repositories – 7% growth year-on-year with 12 million learning objects Source: repository66.org
  11. 11. GROWTH IN MOOCS March 2015: 1139 European MOOCs 220% Year-on-Year Growth Source: openeducationeuropa.eu
  12. 12. QA-RELATED ISSUES TO CONSIDER How to adapt teacher performance metrics to consider use/re-use of their resources? How does open resources affect concepts of efficiency?
  13. 13. INCREASED DEMAND FOR RECOGNITION  Badges  Certificates of attendance  Certificates of completion  ECTS  Diplomas and Degrees easily mapped to Qualifications Framework Hard/Impossible to map to Qualifications Framework
  14. 14. CHALLENGES FOR QA Equivalent Quality across all qualification types Quality of the Qualification itself (recognition & portability as elements of quality)
  15. 15. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION ANTHONY F. CAMILLERI ANTHONY@KNOWLEDGEINNOVATIONEU Download this presentation at: www.slideshare.net/anthonyca milleri

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