"Toolkits" are decision-making frameworks based on expert models. This paper outlines one toolkit, which provides support for practitioners involved in the process of embedding learning technology into their courses. Although the toolkit was created as a design tool, feedback from evaluations identified its value as a means of assessing quality. This paper outlines the background of the creation and scope of the toolkit, examines how it can be used to assess and enhance the quality of courses and concludes by summarising how toolkits can be used as part of quality procedures in other areas.
Quality Assurance in Education – Emerald Publishing
Published: Mar 1, 2000
Keywords: Technology; Quality; Assessment
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