Evaluating technology-enhanced learning: A comprehensive framework.

  title={Evaluating technology-enhanced learning: A comprehensive framework.},
  author={David A. Cook and Rachel H. Ellaway},
  journal={Medical teacher},
  volume={37 10},
BACKGROUND The absence of a standard, comprehensive approach to evaluating technology-enhanced learning (TEL) limits the utility of individual evaluations, and impedes the integration and synthesis of results across studies. PURPOSE To outline a comprehensive framework for approaching TEL evaluation in medical education, and to develop instruments for measuring the perceptions of TEL learners and instructors. METHODS AND RESULTS Using both theoretical constructs of inquiry in education and… CONTINUE READING
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