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eMM Benchmarking at Southampton:the carpet, observations and reflections

eMM Benchmarking at Southampton:the carpet, observations and reflections
eMM Benchmarking at Southampton:the carpet, observations and reflections
The University of Southampton was one of a group of UK universities to benchmark e-learning in 2007. We used the eLearning Maturity Model (eMM) developed by Marshall at the University of Victoria, New Zealand. The findings of the benchmarking confirmed that the current version of the University’s eLearning Strategy had identified a comprehensive set of objectives in its action plan. The methodology was generally found to be workable, and the outputs useful for informing institutional decision making. However, it was found that the methodology might need some fine tuning in order to be more relevant to a predominantly campus-based, research intensive institution. The report provides an overview of the process, key findings, and reflections on the process. It can be used to inform institutional discussions of educational strategy, and at a local level by academic schools reviewing current practice in order to help determine local strategic objectives for curriculum development, teaching and the support of learning, particularly in reference to the use of eLearning.
Benchmarking, eLearning Maturity Model, Higher Education, Change management
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White, Su
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Davis, Hugh C
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White, Su
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Davis, Hugh C
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White, Su and Davis, Hugh C (2008) eMM Benchmarking at Southampton:the carpet, observations and reflections s.n.

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Abstract

The University of Southampton was one of a group of UK universities to benchmark e-learning in 2007. We used the eLearning Maturity Model (eMM) developed by Marshall at the University of Victoria, New Zealand. The findings of the benchmarking confirmed that the current version of the University’s eLearning Strategy had identified a comprehensive set of objectives in its action plan. The methodology was generally found to be workable, and the outputs useful for informing institutional decision making. However, it was found that the methodology might need some fine tuning in order to be more relevant to a predominantly campus-based, research intensive institution. The report provides an overview of the process, key findings, and reflections on the process. It can be used to inform institutional discussions of educational strategy, and at a local level by academic schools reviewing current practice in order to help determine local strategic objectives for curriculum development, teaching and the support of learning, particularly in reference to the use of eLearning.

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Published date: 14 May 2008
Keywords: Benchmarking, eLearning Maturity Model, Higher Education, Change management
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 265713
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/265713
PURE UUID: 4b738738-df86-4ee2-aacd-43d6fffe2b44
ORCID for Su White: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-9588-5275
ORCID for Hugh C Davis: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-1182-1459

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Date deposited: 14 May 2008 17:16
Last modified: 25 Sep 2020 01:33

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