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Shaping the learning management environment using evaluation
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Neuendorf, P. & Wesney, A. (2012). Shaping the learning management environment using evaluation. In Proceedings of Global TIME 2012 (pp. 95-99). AACE.
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Global TIME (Global TIME) 2012
February 7, 2012
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Canberra Institute of Technology not only released a new online learning environment but also evaluated the effectiveness of it within the first year. This paper shows the thought behind the evaluations, the links between the teacher and the student evaluation and how the recommendations are going to help shape the future of the online learning environment.
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