- As always, our monthly #DLNETChat was accompanied by a very unscientific poll as an icebreaker...
- (click on the Tweet to see the options presented)
- ... and many spotted that we had omitted some obvious choices in our selection of responses...
- Meanwhile, others were very quick to post some early discussion points...
- — bridgetmck (@bridgetmck)Fri, Mar 03 2017 10:04:26
- — bridgetmck (@bridgetmck)Fri, Mar 03 2017 10:07:40A key finding re eval'ns of digital projects is they don't explore impacts on learners/teachers. Will miss #DLNetChat but wanted to share
- — Jenny Kidd (@jenkidd)Fri, Mar 03 2017 10:41:58Will be keeping an eye on this as we are about to do our own eval. #DLNETChat https://twitter.com/DLNET/status/837598027984564224 …
- — Ben Gammon (@BenjaminGammon)Fri, Mar 03 2017 10:55:56.@jenkidd I guess 1 key difference is that onsite digital experiences are more likely to be shared intergenerational experiences
- — Jenny Kidd (@jenkidd)Fri, Mar 03 2017 10:59:05@BenjaminGammon have jumped the gun a bit with the chat but v helpful. Thanks! Thinking about evaluating use of apps. Any key resources?
- — Ben Gammon (@BenjaminGammon)Fri, Mar 03 2017 10:59:35.@jenkidd common problems I've found with digital interactives is the pacing is far too slow & learning curve too steep for the dwell time
- — Martha Henson (@marthasadie)Fri, Mar 03 2017 11:04:24
- — Martha Henson (@marthasadie)Fri, Mar 03 2017 11:06:06
- — Ben Gammon (@BenjaminGammon)Fri, Mar 03 2017 11:07:50.@jenkidd v old paper Visitors’ use of computer exhibits: findings from 7 gruelling years of watching visitors getting it wrong
- — Ben Gammon (@BenjaminGammon)Fri, Mar 03 2017 11:08:48But NB tech has changed a lot since then e.g. advent of multi-touch touchscreens & people's familiarity with it @jenkidd
#DLNETChat | 3 March 2017 | Evaluating digital projects
A list of #DLNETChat Tweets on the hows, whys, whats and whens of evaluating digital projects...