Maybe you're still reading the paper, or maybe you're recovering from last week. So far this week has been a bit slow. We wonder why. More on that below, but in the meanwhile kudos to the early birds:Tiffany tells of her experience in conducting a peer review of a learning resource she developed (http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/8098) and explains how she chose and guided the reviewers.
Jane shares her experience in using the GesSCI framework for evaluating a learning module for student teachers (http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/8099). Her evaluators were content experts and learners. The GesSCI framework is an interesting tool, which we didn't know of - so thanks Jane! Will you add it to our toolbox (http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloudscape/view/2049)?
Jeff uses Gagné’s Nine Events of learning do formulate a list of evaluation criteria for a sustainability MOOC (http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/8090).
Just to wake you up a bit, here's a question for you to debate: is evaluation the heart of learning design or a tedious chore?
If you have an evaluation experience to share, please do. But if you're in catch-up mode proceed to the next tasks - list your evaluation questions, and start drafting your evaluation plan!
Tom and Yishay