At the Getting Started workshop for the 2009 Tasmanian Elearning Innovations projects at Campbelltown yesterday, Darren Lewin-Hill joined us via Skype to provide some pointers on preparing casestudies.
Darren suggested we use a series of questions to frame our casestudy development.
- Why did you become involved in this Elearning Innovation Project?
- Why did you choose to use elearning?
- What challenges were you hoping to address?
- What are the different roles within the project team?
- What process did you use for selecting the technology you used? How did this fit with existing systems?
- What level of engagement have learners had in the project?
- If you had to do it again, what would you do differently? What would you do the same?
- What was the web of relationships around the project? What did they contribute to the project outcomes?
And I would add these questions too…
- What did the evaulation tell you about the success of the project?
- How will you take the outcomes of this project forward?
- How long did the project take you? Was this more or less time than originally estimated?
- What skill sets would another team need to achieve a similar project?
- Would you recommend other teaching areas adopt your outputs and processes? How would you suggest they approach it?