Wednesday, April 20 | 8:00PM–11:00PM

How can a diverse set of academic technology projects be evaluated with limited institutional resources? This key challenge led the way for the development of a practical project evaluation method that is based on effective evaluation and research practices. This seminar described the development of a research-based yet practical approach to evaluating instructional technology projects to inform the value of emerging technologies to teaching and learning. Participants engaged in an evaluation planning process that led to developing a plan that is relevant to their institutional projects. To prepare for the session, participants were encouraged to bring examples of projects and goals that they are interested in evaluating.