Martin Jenkins, Tom Browne and Richard Walker: VLE Surveys. A longitudinal perspective between March 2001, March 2003 and March

Martin Jenkins, Tom Browne and Richard Walker: VLE Surveys. A longitudinal perspective between March 2001, March 2003 and March 2005 for higher education in the United Kingdom (PDF)

This Report records the results from a survey conducted by JISC and UCISA in March 2005 amongst Higher Education Universities and Colleges regarding their use of Virtual Learning Environments. It complements the 2001 and 2003 surveys noted above.

Again, the Report where possible presents the results, broken down by type of HE institution (i.e. pre-91, post-91 and Colleges) and also continues the longitudinal comparison with the 2001 and 2003 surveys.

We would welcome your comments and views on this latest report. These can be posted to ucisa-tlig@jiscmail.ac.uk

Contents

Executive Summary
Acknowledgements
Preface
Background
VLE longitudinal study
Summary of conclusions

1. Analysis of the data

Response rate

2. Overview of VLE use

2.1 Level of usage
2.2 Subjects areas using VLEs

3. Technical support

3.1 Integration of MIS

4. Strategy and decision making

5. Support provided

5.1 Units providing staff support
5.2 Units providing student support
5.3 Specialised support
5.4 Support using new technologies
5.5 Portfolio/PDP systems used

6. Overall conclusions

7. References

Appendix 1: Specification of the questions from the 2001, 2003 and 2005 surveys used in this report

Appendix 2: Data from which Tables 27 and 29 are derived

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