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Assessing Personal Learning Environments (PLEs). An expert evaluation

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Author(s): María del Carmen Llorente Cejudo

Journal: Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research
ISSN 2254-7339

Volume: 2;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 39;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: PERSONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT | TEACHER TRAINING | HIGHER EDUCATION | INTERNET RESOURCES | INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY

ABSTRACT
On the basis of the Research Project funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education under the title “Design, production and evaluation of a 2.0 learning environment for faculty training in the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)” (EDU2009-08 893), experts have used the external competence coefficient to evaluate the different dimensions of Personal Learning Environments (PLE), namely: technical and aesthetic aspects, ease of navigation, or quality of the didactic elements that make up the environment. A quantitative methodology along with a questionnaire prepared by the author served this purpose. The results obtained highlight technical environment operation, the tools forming the PLE, or the learning object repository as being “very positive.” In conclusion, experts emphasise the user-friendliness of environment and tools alike, as well as the educational aspects of the contents available in materials guides.
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