Tag Archives: evaluation

Assessment & Feedback – from reluctance to emotional response

At the recent JISC Assessment & Feedback programme meeting, I ran a session with the Strand B projects in which we revisited some questions we first discussed a year ago. Thus, instead of ‘What do you want to happen as a result of your project’s assessment and feedback innovation?’ we talked about what has happened. … Read more

Crystallising Evaluation Designs – A Reality Check for Developing Digital Literacies

by Jay Dempster, JISC Evaluation Associate The JISC Developing Digital Literacies Programme team has been supporting its institutional projects to design and undertake a holistic evaluation. Projects are thinking critically about the nature, types and value of evidence as early indicators of change and several projects now have some useful visual representations of their project’s … Read more

What’s up with evaluation for developing digital literacies?

by Jay Dempster, JISC Evaluation Associate Sound evaluation designs for developing digital literacies stem from projects achieving clarity in two aspects: first, having a strong sense of what they are trying to do, for whom (beneficiaries) and in what ways; and second, identifying relevant and valid ways of measuring outcomes related to those aims and … Read more