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The benefits and challenges of large-scale deployment of electronic voting systems : University student views from across different subject groups
Electronic Voting System (EVS) is a classroom technology that provides a means to increase students’ engagement, attention and attendance. The purpose of this paper is to provide a deeper insight into students’ views on ...
The Long March or Bold Strokes : Comparing Strategies for Adopting EVS Learning Technology at a UK University
(ACPI (Academic Conference Publishing International), 2014-10)
In recent years there has been much encouragement to investigate the use of classroom technologies to enhance the student learning experience especially in the STEM subjects but now extending across other subject areas as ...
Report on the Evaluation of EVS Usage and Trends at the University of Hertfordshire : February to June 2014
The Electronic Voting Systems (EVS) evaluation project for iTEAM has investigated the current level of engagement in the use of EVS across the institution in 2014. It has built on the work and outputs of the JISC supported ...
Evaluating Electronic Voting Systems (EEVS) : Final report for JISC Assessment and Feedback Programme, Strand B
The ‘Evaluating Electronic Voting Systems’ (EEVS) Project was part-funded by JISC from November 2011 to October 2012. It provided the opportunity to evaluate the large scale introduction and deployment of EVS technology ...
An evaluation of distance learning programmes through the lens of students’ expectations
(ACPI (Academic Conference Publishing International), 2012-11)
As the University of Hertfordshire (UH) moves towards its goal of 15% distance learning by 2015, it has become increasingly important to gain a deeper understanding of the needs and expectations of our growing population ...
An exploratory comparative study of distance-learning programmes
(ACPI (Academic Conference Publishing International), 2011)
In this paper we describe an exploratory study of distance learning practice. We review five different distance learning programme models from five different schools at the University of Hertfordshire, each varying in ...