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Preface I. Setting the Scene 1. E-learning, learning and evaluation 2. Evaluation as part of a teacher's role II. Theory 3. The Learning Environment, Learning Processes and Learning Outcomes (LEPO) Framework 4. What is meant by educational evaluation and research? 5. Research paradigms and methodologies 6. Evaluation-research approaches suitable for e-learning 7. The process of carrying out evaluation research 8. Evaluation research across the e-learning lifecycle 9. Conducting an Evaluation-research Study 10. Project-management Evaluation 11. Using evaluation-research results: An overview of impact issues beyond the confines of a single project
Rob Phillips is Associate Professor in the Educational Development Centre at Murdoch University, Australia. Carmel McNaught is the Director and Chair Professor in the Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research (CLEAR) at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Gregor Kennedy is Director of e-Learning and Associate Professor of Educational Technology in the Centre for the Study of Higher Education at The University of Melbourne. His current work involves leading the university's strategy in technology-enhanced learning and teaching, supporting staff in the use of learning technologies, and undertaking research in the area of e-Learning. He has a background in psychology and has spent the past 15 years conducting and overseeing research and development in educational technology in higher education.
"Education scholars Phillips, Carmel McNaught , and Gregor Kennedy offer a step-by-step guide to designing and conducting a study evaluating electronic learning, particularly addressing acknowledged weaknesses in the quality of research so far. They intend the book to be used by practitioners and researchers in formal and informal settings."--Reference and Research Book News