Upcoming Bluenotes Chapter Events

Here you will find a list of all upcoming Bluenotes chapter events.

Bluenotes chapters are organized and led by Blue-using institutions for more frequent community interactions to connect, share experiences, and learn with improvement in mind.

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The Bluenotes chapters are all about learning from one another with more frequent interactions.

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Learning Webinars

Tapping the Power of Question Bank to Handle Very Large Questionnaires

calendarWednesday, May 29th 2019, 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM Eastern Timezone8 days remaining

Trigger logic is a common method used in questionnaire creation to automate what recipients get which questions. As more and more trigger logic is embedded in questionnaires, managing the logic conditions with consistency for data collection and reporting can become complex. Blue’s Question Bank feature is a repository of questions through which questionnaires from different projects can pull specified questions without the need for triggering logic. That power makes Question Bank particularly useful for institutions that deal with large or complex questionnaires. In this webinar we will be showcasing one such institution and their application of Question Bank.

This learning webinar is scheduled to be delivered three times for our community members in different time zones worldwide. Register in a time zone that best fits your schedule. Time: Multiple sessions are available. Register in a time zone that best fits your schedule. Presenter: Krimo Bouaou, Director, Learning Center, Explorance

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Community-Led

ACU Unitpulse: A journey with Bluepulse

calendarTuesday, June 4th 2019, 07:30 PM - 08:30 PM Eastern Timezone14 days remaining

The presentation discusses the process of adoption and university-wide implementation of the Bluepulse (ACU Unitpulse) formative feedback tool at Australian Catholic University (ACU). The presentation highlights some of the challenges in encouraging staff to make use of ACU Unitpulse and make timely improvements to the learning experience of ACU students while a study period is underway.

  • June 5, 9:30am – 10:30am, Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT),
  • June 4 7:30pm-8:30pm, Eastern time zone
Presenters: Associate Professor Elizabeth Santhanam & Dr. Bernardine Lynch, Australian Catholic University

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Learning Webinars

Using DIG to Prevent Common Data-Related Issues in Course Evaluations

calendarWednesday, June 19th 2019, 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM Eastern Timezone29 days remaining

One of the biggest challenges in running a course evaluation is ensuring the accuracy and completeness of your institutional data. It is often easy to miss critical information in the course details, student information, teacher-to-course information, and other data required to launch an evaluation process.

This Webinar will present how to use DIG (Data Integrity Gateway) to provide visibility into your data, allowing you to validate all information and correct any inaccuracies before the evaluation process begins.

Time: Three sessions are scheduled for bluenotes community members in different time zones worldwide. Register in a time zone that best fits your schedule
  • June 18, 9pm-10:30pm Eastern Timezone, mainly for customers in the APAC region
  • June 19, 6am-7:30am Eastern Timezone, mainly for customers in the Europe region
  • June 19, 2pm-3:30pm Eastern Timezone, mainly for customers in Americas region
Presenter: Krimo Bouaou, Director, Learning Center, Explorance

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Learning Webinars

Building Intelligence in Your Feedback Process

calendarWednesday, July 17th 2019, 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM Eastern Timezone57 days remaining

In this webinar, we will show you how you can streamline your questionnaires using functionalities in Blue such as question branching, demographic and response piping in projects and reports, extension blocks. These tools can make your feedback process dynamically customizable while enhancing your reporting insight.

Time: Three sessions are scheduled for bluenotes community members in different time zones worldwide. Register in a time zone that best fits your schedule
  • July 16, 9pm-10:30pm Eastern Timezone, mainly for customers in the APAC region
  • July 17, 6am-7:30am Eastern Timezone, mainly for customers in the Europe region
  • July 17, 2pm-3:30pm Eastern Timezone, mainly for customers in Americas region
Presenter: Krimo Bouaou, Director, Learning Center, Explorance

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Community-Led

“DIG for Victory” and “Make Do and Mend”

calendarWednesday, September 11th 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Timezone113 days remaining
At Loughborough we use a network of Feedback Administrators across the University who do the groundwork for Module Feedback with a little DIGing; helping to sow the seeds for Module Feedback in the different Schools across campus and making the Module Feedback set-up process victorious. We will discuss why the DIG (Data Integrity Gateway) is needed at Loughborough, how we go everyone on board and share the successes and the (tiny) lessons learnt from the first Semester of implementation. And there’s no point in gathering feedback from students if you’re not going to do something about it. We will discuss how we have developed and implemented a ‘Closing the Feedback Loop’ process within explorance Blue for our Module Leaders to respond to students letting them know if the module will have to “make do” with its current approach and why, or whether steps will be taken to “mend” the suggestions that arise from the feedback.
  • Sep. 11, 11:00am – 12:00 noon, Eastern time zone (EDT),
  • Sep. 11, 4:00pm - 5:00pm, British time zone (BST)
Presenters: Dr. Sarah Williamson & Andria Iacovou, Centre for Academic Practice, Loughborough University

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