e-Learning Maturity Model (eMM) as a methodology to self-assess the quality of blended learning

Hilde Van Laer, Bram Pynoo, Chang Zhu, Koen Depryck

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One of the main objectives of this paper is to present the development and implementation of a quality assurance system to improve e-teaching and e-learning strategies and to ensure a consistently high quality of online and blended education for adult learners.
Throughout an intervention study in three centers of adult education and interviews with different stakeholders within these centers, the e-learning Maturity Model (eMM) (Marshall, 2010) was contextualized and fine-tuned to fit their specific needs. Guidelines on how to contextualize and use the eMM to self-assess the quality of e-learning or blended learning in one’s own institution are presented.
This study was carried out in the context of the Strategic Basic Research project ‘Adult Learners Online: Blended and Online Learning in Adult Education and Training (ALO!)’ (www.iwt-alo.be) funded by Research Foundation Flanders (formerly by the Institute for Innovation through Science and Technology).
Originele taal-2English
TitelAccessible Development
Aantal pagina's18
StatusPublished - 2017
EvenementConference on Accessibe Development - Mzumbe University, Morogo, Tanzania, United Republic of
Duur: 22 aug 201723 aug 2017


ConferenceConference on Accessibe Development
Land/RegioTanzania, United Republic of


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