Building a Comprehensive Assessment Plan to Evaluate a Digital Life and Learning Program

ID: 31939 Type: Full Paper
  1. Kenneth Janz, James Reineke, and Ken Graetz, Winona State University, United States

Thursday, March 10 10:15-10:45 AM Location: Two Rivers

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Abstract: Since implementing its one-to-one laptop program in 1997, Winona State University (WSU) has been a living, mobile computing laboratory. However, gaps in our assessment strategy emerged requiring a more comprehensive approach. Working with students and faculty, a plan was developed and implemented. The plan has already resulted in improvements to student and faculty support as well as a better understanding of how technology facilitates teaching and learning. Lessons learned will be discussed, all of which can be transferred to similar assessment efforts related to educational technology.


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