Podcast: Tim Ellis on Lancaster University’s Module Evaluation System

 

Posted By Sarah Elkins

I spoke recently with Tim Ellis about Lancaster University, which has a Virtual Learning Environment (LUVLE) that incorporates Questionmark Perception assessments as well as a  student-controlled social web space called MyPlace.

In addition to  discussing the general use of assessments at the university, we focused on the Lancaster University Module Evaluation System, which has increased the quality of student response and reduced the workload of administrators.

One Response to “Podcast: Tim Ellis on Lancaster University’s Module Evaluation System”

  1. Rich Ranker says:

    Just a short note that the Lancaster Learning Technology Group became a part of the campus IT organisation (ISS) on 1 March 2009.

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