Institute of Teaching and Learning

Useful evaluation websites

Assessing Learning in Australian Universities (Centre for the Study of Higher Education) (accessed 9 July 2008)

UTS Evaluation Guide (University of Technology, Sydney) (accessed 9 July 2008)
The Centre for Learning and Teaching at the University of Technology, Sydney developed this evaluation guide for their teaching staff. It contains useful information about evaluation of teaching and details some data collection processes. Proformas are provided for several of the techniques described, and a questionnaire item bank is also a useful feature.

CUTSD Evaluation Project (Murdoch University, Perth, WA) (accessed 9 July 2008)
This website provides a learner-centred framework for whole project evaluation of computer facilitated learning projects. The framework encompasses the analysis and design, development, implementation, and institutionalisation stages of the projects. The accompanying evaluation handbook is available at: (accessed 9 July 2008)

Evaluation Cookbook (accessed 9 July 2008)
Using the analogy of a cookbook, this website provides a range of practical methods that can be used by lecturers to evaluate their teaching. Information about each method is summarised and methods are classified by use. A further useful feature is the inclusion of exemplars.

Flashlight Program: Helping with Productive Assessment (accessed 9 July 2008)
A very comprehensive website has been developed by the Teaching and Learning with Technology Group affiliated with AARE. This contains a wide range of resources, some of which are readily available. Others require a site licence for access. This site may be useful for people interested in evaluation of technology-facilitated learning.

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