Gilroy, David Peter and Long, Peter and Rangecroft, Margaret and Tricker, Tony (2001) Evaluating distance education courses: the student perception. Assessment and evaluation in higher education, 26 (2). pp. 165-177. ISSN 1469-297XFull text not available from this repository.
The rise in popularity of distance education courses has not produced a concomitant rise in appropriate forms of evaluation of such courses. In particular, the student voice is rarely heard with the result that feedback about the success or otherwise of such courses is severely limited. The paper addresses this problem by reporting on current research, the Template Project, and the way in which it is possible to draw parallels between the evaluation needs and techniques of service industries and distance education courses. It is argued that the resulting tool for evaluating distance education courses allows for the students' perceptions of their programmes to be identified and made use of when evaluating such courses.
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|Divisions:||Legacy Research Institutes > Education and Social Research institute (ESRI) > ESRI Research Group: Professional Issues|
|Date Deposited:||10 Jul 2009 13:38|
|Last Modified:||28 Nov 2016 11:51|
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