E-learning’s a bit like teenage sex. Everyone says they’re doing it but not many people really are and those that are doing it are doing it very poorly.
As it happens, this was a point I’m aiming to make/use in a presentation at this conference (which Prof Brown also happens to be speaking at). A point that will be strengthened by Prof Brown’s comments, however, I’m wondering if I can gather some data to explore this further.
To that end please feel free to complete this brief survey.
It’s short, doesn’t store any identifying information and I’ll share the results here later in the week. The survey doesn’t explore all aspects of the relationship between institutional e-learning and teenage sex, it’s just a quick exploration of the topic.
- Your institution’s country?
- Multiple choice – “What percentage of your institution’s online courses do you consider good?”
Where good is defined loosely as “good enough to show other folk without being overly embarrassed”.
(This isn’t meant to be a well designed survey).
- Your role was/is within the institution?