implementation and evaluation
 
     CIPP's Model for Evaluating Open and Distance Learning (ODL)

  Context Evaluation (C)
  • Are the objectives of the programme met?
  • Are the objectives of the programme in line with student needs?
  • Are students prepared for the programme?

  Input Evaluation (I)
  • Is the quality of teaching adequate?
  • Is the quality of materials good?
  • Are the materials delivered efficiently?
  • How adequate is the quality of student support?
  • Is the support provided by tutors sufficient?

  Process Evaluation (P)
  • How is the cognitive development of students improved?
  • Has the professional advancement of students improved?
  • Has the programme contributed to the personal enrichment of students?
  • Is the feedback provided to students adequate?
  • What the learning habits of students?

  Product Evaluation (P)
  • What is the level of student's academic performance?

Readings on Evaluation of ODL

A Framework for the Evaluation of eLearning
Jenny Hughes, Center for Research in Educational Development.
Graham Attwell, KnowNet, Pontydysgu and ITB, U. Bremen.

Benchmarking A 'Performance Indicator' for Open and Distance Learning Institutions
Kolita S. Weerasekera, Open University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka.

Quality on the Line: Benchmarks for Success in Internet-Based Distance Education
The Institute for Higher Education Policy (April, 2000)
National Education Association (NEA)

Quality Standards in eLearning: A Matrix of Analysis
Jia Frydenberg, Irvine Distance Learning Canter, Univ. of California Irvine.

Evaluating eLearning
Brooke Broadbent and Craig Cotter, e-LearningHub (May,2003)
Case Studies

Managing Quality and Accessibility in Open and Distance Learning: The Experience of Indonesia's Universitas Terbuka
Amin Zuhairi dan Atwi Suparman.
Universitas Terbuka, Jakarta, Indonesia.

A Model for Evaluating Distance Education Program, Research, Training and Quality Assurance
Maria Ana T. Quimbo, Philippines Open University, Philippines.
Who Determines Quality in Distance Learning?
Kari Lampikoski.
Global Distance EducationNet.

Evaluation in Distance Learining
Allan Woodley and Adrian Kirkwood
Global Distance EducationNet

Avoiding the Quality/Quantity Trade-Off in Distance Education
D. Heerema & R. Rogers (2001), Indiana University, Indianapolis
  Evaluation of e-Learning Initiatives
  Implementation of e-Learning
Sustainability of eLearning Innovations: Findings of expert interviews
Sabine Seufert, Swiss Center for Innovations in Learning (SCIL)
Institute of Business Education and Educational Management
University of St. Gallen
Issue: Sustainability a central problem; the meaning of sustainability; framework for sustainability of eLearning innovations - economic dimension, pedagogic-didactic dimension, organisational-administrative dimension and technical dimension.

The Adoption, Diffusion and Exploitation of eLearning in Europe: An Overview and Analysis of the United Kingdom, Germany and France
A Report for Scottish Enterprise
The development of eLearning in Europe: a model for absorption = diffusion and exploitation; A framework for understanding the constraints on the transfer of eLearning across countries = key antecedents, prior knowledge of learning, cultural distance, learner variables, context. moderating variables, national intergrating mechanisms, business system influences, industru dynamics and eLearning innovation.

Workimg Paper on the Conception and Implementation of Rich Pedagogical Scenarios through Collaborative Portal Sites
Daniel K. Schnieder, Paraskevi Synteta, Mourad Chakroun, Catherine Frete, Fabien Girardin and Stephane Morand.
TECFA, Faculte de Psychologie et des science de l'education, Universite de Geneve.
Pedagogical design, the community and motivation factor, tools, instructional implementation, innovation and change management.

E-Learning in Higher Educational Institutions in Indonesia
Ratna Dewu Kuntoro, National Computer Systems, Singapore.
Suliman Al-Hawamdeh, University of Oklahoma, Schusterman Center, Tulsa, US
For countries with large populations such as Indonesia, E-Learning hold the key to better education and provide better access to knowledge resources. This study aimed to provide some ideas about the state ot E-Learning in Indonesia, specifically in educational institutions.

e-Learning Series (No.1): A Guide for Senior Managers
Martin Jenkins and Janet Hanson
the Generic Centre, Learning and Teaching Support Network, United Kingdom
Thinking strategically about using e-Learning: educational benefits, national, political, economic and social imperatives. The global HE market: threats and opportunities. Implementing e-Learning in your institution: factors affecting implementation, recognition of new roles and responsibilities, reward and recognition. The cost of e-Learning and assuring the quality of e-Learning.

Ensuring the Successful Implementation of Enterprisewide EPSS and E-Learning from Day One
Deborah L. Stone, CPT and Steven W. Villachica, CPT
Successful EPSS/e-learning is the coordinated efforts of people throughout the enterprise. People tend to be the most important of any technology mix - more important than the content. It requires that alignment of the performance solutions to business objecitves and the use of RAD-based development methodologies.