- Time: 3pm-4pm
- Location: MS Teams Meeting
You may have heard recently about the ongoing Multi-Mode project being carried out at the University. The project is designed to facilitate the delivery of content in a teaching room to both in-room and remote students simultaneously whilst supporting full interaction between all participants. The project will allow in-room and remote students to see, hear, and interact with each other through standard collaborative methods such as chat and polls.
The newly kitted out rooms are due to be piloted in September, and staff have already signed up to take part. LITE’s role is to evaluate the pilot project and provide evidence-based analyses that will inform the development of the project into semester two. We are also currently advertising a LITE Fellowship on the subject.
However, as this is a project that is new to all of us, we would like to gather thoughts from a wide spectrum of staff from across the university to ascertain what it is that you think is most important in terms of evaluating a project of this nature. We would love to hear your views at our Evaluation Workshop on Wednesday July 21st 3pm-4pm. The session will be chaired by Paul Taylor, Dean for Student Education (Experience), and will ask for your opinions to help us to decide our priorities during the evaluation process. You can sign up for the workshop by selecting this link.