ENQA’s working group on quality assurance and e-learning acknowledges that much has been done already in the area of quality assurance and e-learning, however, as it would seem existing work has not yet been adequately adopted, the group sees a need to improve it, to raise the discussion by providing more neutral, reality-based, concrete examples – bearing in mind the diverse user profiles and forms of e-provision and that online education comes with its own specific competencies – and by referring more explicitly to the ESG.
The working group aims to make more clear how online education, which is creating some challenges and increasing the complexity of QA agencies’ work as they struggle to determine how this non-traditional form of education can be evaluated using traditional methodologies, can be better evaluated by QA agencies, thereby also helping HEIs to understand and improve their own IQA processes.
Ivan Biscan, ASHE, Croatia
Ana Capilla, FCM, Spain
Charlotte Ejsing, UKÄ, Sweden
Esther Huertas, AQU Catalunya, Spain (chair)
Liza Kozlowska, NVAO, Netherlands
Liia Lauri, EKKA, Estonia
Sandra Marcos Ortega, ACSUCYL, Spain
Monica Risse, AAQ, Switzerland
Kerstin Schörg, AQ Austria, Austria
Georg Seppmann, Evalag, Germany
Pranas Stankus, SKVC, Lithuania
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