Evaluation: Ascilite workshop evaluation and action plan
Evaluation of the learning design workshop, 6th December
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25 November 2009
Use the post-it notes around the room to answer the following questions. Please answer the questions as fully as possible:
- Have your objectives for the workshop been met?
- What did you think of the format and content of the workshop?
- What did you like about the session?
- What could be improved?
- What three words would you use to describe the representations presented?
- What 3 words would you use to describe Cloudworks?
- What action points have you identified as a result of this workshop?
- Access to rich source of tools and liked the introduction to cloudworks
- Useful workshop, good mix of activities, both halves were interesting, information. I think I will use the tools and the knowledge
- Fine, both halves were useful (but separate)
- Very useful, good mix of introduction to new ideas and activities
- Balance of task-based and directed input, dividing up the time into clear pieces
- Format good with opportunity to get hands on, content introductory
- Two parts – good. First part ideas to take away – good. Second par – too much detail about cloudworks
- The activity before the break could have been extended for the whole time, to get something really useful from it. Cloudworks can be done individually online after the session
18:22 on 6 December 2009 (Edited 18:24 on 6 December 2009)
- New ideas, could discuss these with colleagues on how we could apply them
- Fresh perspective on learning design
- Concepts in cloudworks, resources available and also links on cloudworks
- Cloudquest activity to get to know cloudworks was great J
- AUTC learning designs activity part was very interesting
- Excellent, very hands on
- Hands on
- Examples and models given, its great to have these to take away
- Like the cloudworks site!
- Provision of worksheets and websites and online tools
- Good pace, links to review later, overall interesting.
18:23 on 6 December 2009
Didn’t like, what could be improved
- A bit too much in the time
- Over emphasis on tools
- Have computers already set up ready for participants on the web page (negates log on problems)
- Cloudworks – introduction was about sharing learning designs, some good examples would have been useful (rather than just tools)
- References to underlying research and evaluation studies
- Section on cloudworks needs greater link to learning design
- Would have been nice to play with CompendiumLD etc and other learning design representation tools
- More discussion of different learning designs
- Description of workshop misleading but content very valuable
- Less cloudworks and more hands on with other tools shown
- Could be improved: overview of learning design vs. instructional design, key tools that can be used by learning designers
- Time factor possibly ambitious for worksheet input. Would have benefitted from more sharing of ideas before working on the worksheet
- Don’t just present tools, without a chance to use them
18:23 on 6 December 2009
Three words to describe the workshop and the representations
- Too fast, useful good intro to info to further explore
- Research-based, text and graphical, useful as models
- Liked balance between generic and specific
- Representations: liked first half representations, second half will go away and have a look
Three words to describe cloudworks
- Conducive, collaborative, clarity
- Clear, concise, communicative
- Interesting, think bigger, open mind
- Confusing!, captivating!, worth investigation (thorough!)
- Clouds – useful resource, will follow!
- Sharing, connecting, re-using
- Like interactive delicious
- Networking, more tool than content
- Cloudworks bound
- Keep up the sharing!
- Need to think more about representation of learning designs created
- Can our logins stay active for more than 1 week in cloudworks ?Answer yes! Permanent!
- Way too many to list!
- Get into cloudworks to follow up ideas, explore learning designs
- See how I can map the key concepts to what learning designs I do
- Look at cloudworks, pedagogy profile use it to justify particular discipline approaches to learning
- Links and opportunity to follow up more later