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    Project Documents

    Please click here to see the learner journey …

    http://hermes.uwl.ac.uk/learnerjourney

    Please click on the following links to see the documents which informed the design:

    LLiDA Framework adapted for Learner Journey Development

    Concept scaffold framework for Module Professional skills for Business and Finance

    Evaluation report

    Evaluation report for the JISC-funded LTIG Anytime Learning Literacies Environment (ALLE) project (PDF)

    ALLE interim project report – January 2011

    ALLE interim project report for the JISC-funded LTIG Anytime Learning Literacies Environment (ALLE) project (PDF)

    ALLE final project report – August 2011

    ALLE final project report for the JISC-funded LTIG Anytime Learning Literacies Environment (ALLE) project (PDF)

    HEA Discipline Workshop & Seminar Series 2011-12

    HEA Discipline Workshop & Seminar Series 2011-12
    Details of the forthcoming event on Wednesday 25th January 2012 at the University of West London.

    Case studies of implementation

    The approach at the University of West London
    UWL embedded and used the learner journey as part of a concept scaffold. University of West London Case study (PDF)

    The approach at London Metropolitan University
    London Met did not embed the learner journey as heavily, presenting it as a link on the VLE alongside a number of other support materials available for students to use. London Met Case Study (PDF)

    ALLE Project Evaluation Strategy

    Our evaluation strategy sought to gather data on the use and effectiveness of the learner journey as it was being used, and afterwards. Methods:
    1. Pre-test questionnaire
    2. Ongoing monitoring and feedback
    3. Post-test questionnaire
    4. Student focus groups
    5. Tutor interviews.
    For full details see the Evaluation Strategy document.

    Pre-test Questionnaire

    The first stage in our evaluation process. The questionnaire asks students about their ownership and use of digital technologies and their perceived skill levels in the areas covered by the learner journey. This will be followed up by a Post-test Questionnaire and focus groups.
    Pre-test Questionnaire

    Post-test Questionnaire

    At the end of the module students have been asked to complete a Post-test Questionnaire. This asks for feedback about how they used the learner journey, which parts they found most useful, and feedback about the content of the journey. They are also asked to rate their skill levels again in the areas covered by the learner journey, to help us see if their skill levels have improved as a result of using the resources.
    Post-test Questionnaire

    Student Focus Group Questions

    Focus groups with students at each University at the end of the module will explore issues emerging from the questionnaire data, find out if the learning journeys made a difference, and explore what does and does not work in the learning journeys and the way that they are presented and scaffolded within the modules.  We will also seek to explore their views more generally on digital literacy skills and how important they feel they are for their course and their future life.
    Student Focus Group Questions