Last year, when we presented the OLE at the 2015 EDEN Conference in Barcelona, we were still at an early stage of its development, collecting fundamental background to support it and feedback from online learning experts. Although we only had a collection of ideas translated into 8 principles, it was clear that the model needed to be flexible in order to accommodate many educational scenarios that coexist among TU Delft’s Faculties, but with a clear and useful purpose to help improve the quality of our online education (Jorge, Dopper & van Valkenburg, 2015). This paper describes how the OLE is applied in practice.The main goal of the OLE is to improve the quality of our online education by setting course design and development principles to support course teams. At the same time, the OLE can be used as a tool to promote reflection before the course starts to set expectations, and in the end to evaluate and plan improvements for the next run. In the next sections we’ll describe the OLE in both ways – as course design principles (guidelines) and as a tool (the radar graph).
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the European Distance and E-Learning Network 2016 Annual Conference Budapest, 14-17 June, 2016|
|Subtitle of host publication||Re-Imagining Learning Scenarios|
|Place of Publication||Budapest, Hungary|
|Publisher||European Distance and E-Learning Network|
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Event||EDEN Annual Global Meeting 2016 - Budapest, Hungary|
Duration: 15 Jun 2016 → 17 Jun 2016
|Conference||EDEN Annual Global Meeting 2016|
|Abbreviated title||EDEN 2016|
|Period||15/06/16 → 17/06/16|
- online learning
Ribeiro Jorge, N., Dopper, S., & van Valkenburg, W. (2016). The TU Delft Online Learning Experience: From Theory to Practice. In Proceedings of the European Distance and E-Learning Network 2016 Annual Conference Budapest, 14-17 June, 2016: Re-Imagining Learning Scenarios (pp. 643-649). European Distance and E-Learning Network.