Principles in Patterns (PiP): Evaluation Approach

George Macgregor

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    Abstract

    The Principles in Patterns (PiP) project adopted a unique evaluative approach to assess the success or otherwise of the project's approach to technology supported curriculum design. This presentation, delivered as part of a JISC webinar, "What was best about your evaluation? Institutional Approaches to Curriculum Design", explores the rationale behind the methodological approach used by PiP, the methods and instruments deployed, and how this contributed towards a holistic evaluation of the PiP system, C-CAP.
    LanguageEnglish
    TypeWebinar
    Number of pages3
    Place of PublicationLondon
    Publication statusPublished - 25 Apr 2012

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    CAP
    curriculum
    evaluation

    Keywords

    • technology supported curriculum design
    • higher education
    • learning technology
    • evaluation
    • research methods

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    Principles in Patterns (PiP) : Evaluation Approach. / Macgregor, George.

    3 p. London. 2012, Webinar.

    Research output: Other contribution

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