D7.2 Validation 2

Gillian Armitt, Slavi Stoyanov, Isobel Braidman, Maria Regan, Alisdair Smithies, Tim Dornan, Ellen Rusman, Jan van Bruggen, Adriana Berlanga, Peter van Rosmalen, Jan Hensgens, Fridolin Wild, Bernhard Hoisl, Stefan Trausan-Matu, Vlad Posea, Traian Rebedea, Philippe Dessus, Sonia Mandin, Virginie Zampa, Kiril SimovPetya Osenova, Paola Monachesi, Eelco Mossel, Thomas Markus, Christoph Mauerhofer

Publikation: Buch, Herausgeberschaft, BerichtForschungsbericht/Gutachten


This deliverable describes the objectives, approach, planning and results of the first pilot round, and updates the validation design for round 2. The objectives of the first pilot round were directed towards enhancing the quality of the scenarios and services in the next round, through validation activities with stakeholders and technical verification. Results demonstrated that showcase scenarios described realistic solutions to real stakeholder problems, subject to enhancements identified during validation.
Software elements for replacement or further development were identified. In conclusion, the pilots indicate that the utility of advanced learning technologies can be generalized across different stakeholder groups and pedagogic problems, in the areas of positioning, feedback and knowledge sharing.
In the second round, the validation objectives are extended to provide an early evaluation of the project using primarily quantitative methods, while continuing formative stakeholder evaluation and requirements gathering activities.
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 1 März 2009

Österreichische Systematik der Wissenschaftszweige (ÖFOS)

  • 503008 E-Learning