Evaluation at Your Fingertips: Evaluating Experiential Simulation Learning Using Smartphones - Sponsored learning space design provided by Steelcase Education, Gold Partner

Wednesday, February 03 | 10:15AM–11:00AM | Texas Ballroom Salon E, Fourth Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate and develop the capacity to collect student feedback on experiential learning, research, and educational quality using students' smartphones in a BYOD model. According to Pew research (2015), 85% of young adults are smartphone users. This hands-on session will teach you how to create mobile-optimized surveys that can be quickly accessed on a mobile device via a QR code, following a simulation or other learning experience. You'll learn the benefits of using evaluation tools to support faculty development, curriculum innovation, and program outcomes.

OUTCOMES: Develop mobile evaluations to support faculty development, curriculum innovation, and program outcomes * Explore BYOD smartphone technology to provide real-time feedback and improve student learning * Reflect on the possibilities of engaging learners through their mobile devices


  • Em Jones

    Emerging Technologies Manager, The Johns Hopkins University