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Evaluation report of Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) Consortium eChina Project

Cai, Cynthia, Conole, Grainne, Dyke, Martin, Li, Zhen and Timmis, Sue (2005) Evaluation report of Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) Consortium eChina Project , Southampton, UK School of Education University of Southampton 102pp.

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This report represents the final findings of the evaluation of the WUN eChina project. It is intended to provide feedback on the processes and experiences encountered in the project by both the development team and the participants involved in running and participating in the trials. The main audience of this report are the project funders to enable them to make informed decisions for future developments of this kind. In addition the report will be of interest to the developers, e-tutors and practitioners involved in the trials. More broadly the report provides valuable insights and generic findings about e-learning initiatives which will be of interest to policy makers, managers, developers, practitioners and researchers in this field. The report is divided into the following sections. First, the background to the eChina programme and the context in which it took place is provided. This is followed by an outline of the aims and objectives of the evaluation, the methodology adopted and the research instruments developed. Finally evaluation findings are reported along with recommendations for future projects.

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Published date: 2005


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Date deposited: 23 Mar 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:14

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Author: Cynthia Cai
Author: Grainne Conole
Author: Martin Dyke
Author: Zhen Li
Author: Sue Timmis

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