ELESIG

Evaluation of Learners' Experiences of e-learning Special Interest Group

ELESIG enjoys contributory sponsorship from a number of sources including the UK Higher Education Academy

ELESIG is a community of researchers and practitioners from higher and further education who are involved in investigations of learners' experiences and uses of technology in learning. ELESIG members work together to share knowledge and practice and develop a shared repertoire of resources which will be of benefit to the community and the sector.

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Because of the massive increase in spam members we have activated the feature to require approval before joining. We apologise to genuine members and prospective members interested in the learner experience for any delay that this may cause in activating their membership.

 

ELESIG's first AGM

If you weren't able to make the AGM in July 2015, the recording is now available.

Blog Posts

Step up to Postgraduate Study in Arts, v 3.0

Hello ELESIG. I have finally got around to doing a rare post on my blog. This module began as a project and has turned into a major element of my summer activity over the last three years. It's definitely something where I feel I have tested and extended my skills as an instructional designer and where I am ready to conduct some research into learner experience!

Post is here: …

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Posted by Leo Havemann on September 2, 2015 at 14:12

Using Digital technology to support Maths and English

Sharing Effective Practice in Digital Learning



Digital Learning Community of Practice

About the Event #DigiLearnForum :

Prospects College of Advanced Technology (PROCAT) hosts a digital learning community of practice for the sharing of effective practice between Colleges, FE, HE, Schools, Employers and other interested parties. The events are free to attend. Attendees are welcome from all locations.

The group meets on the last Friday of every calendar…

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Posted by Katharine Jewitt on September 1, 2015 at 16:00

Find out more about 'Nominal Focus Group': a combination of two methods that has worked for us

For anyone interested in qualitative research methods to research learner experiences, please see the link to the description of a combined method that we have found useful. We coined it 'Nominal Focus Group'.
Focus Group meets Nominal Group Technique: an effective combination for student evaluation? …
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Posted by Tünde Varga-Atkins on June 30, 2015 at 20:24

The 10 things I learnt at the ELESIG Symposium 3rd June 2015

1) Learners e-learning needs are the same as their other learning needs (Power/Belonging/Choice/Fun). See article link for further details:  http://wp.me/p2LphS-4

2) Learners know about the impact of their learning environment and want a say in what it involves.

3) It’s more about what the technology can do for you than what you can do with the technology when it comes to specifying requirements of systems.

4) E-learning platforms or…

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Posted by Kevin Hewitson on June 10, 2015 at 7:16

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Previous events - reports and downloads

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Latest Activity

Leo Havemann posted a blog post

Step up to Postgraduate Study in Arts, v 3.0

Hello ELESIG. I have finally got around to doing a rare post on my blog. This module began as a…See More
18 hours ago
Katharine Jewitt posted a blog post

Using Digital technology to support Maths and English

Sharing Effective Practice in Digital Learning About the Event #DigiLearnForum :Prospects College…See More
yesterday
Rhona Sharpe updated an event

ELESIG AGM at Online

July 13, 2015 from 12:45pm to 2pm
In line with our new…See More
Aug 20
Rhona Sharpe commented on Rhona Sharpe's group Local Group Conveyners
"Hello and welcome to Tamsyn Smith who is taking over from Andrew Doig as convener from the ELESIG…"
Aug 20

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