1. Technology-enabled Learning and Support Survey

Welcome!

What Allison Rossett & Jim Marshall provide here is a way for you to ask yourself about your e-learning practices. What are you doing? What would you do in the best of all possible worlds? After answering the questions, you will be able to see what prior responders have reported.

Wonder what blocks e-learning efforts? We also give you a chance to reflect on your setting and then compare your circumstances with others.

Should you be guided by others’ habits? Should you diverge? That is up to you. Most important, we think, is that the experience provides you and your colleagues with a way to think and talk about your e-learning efforts. Too often, we find ourselves putting audio on PowerPoint or relying on scenario-based e-learning because it is what we have done in the past. It’s a habit. This short survey will reveal habits and encourage you to reflect on them in light of many possibilities.

Your participation is voluntary and anonymous. The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. What you do with it, what it stimulates… well, that will take longer.

You may contact Allison Rossett at arossett@mail.sdsu.edu or Jim Marshall at marshall@mail.sdsu.edu.

We wish you the best and hope you enjoy participating.
 
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