You’ve Got Data! Now What?

August 22nd, 2018|Categories: Community-Led, Webinars|

Congrats! You finished implementing Blue at your institution, and the course evaluation projects are live. Student feedback data is coming in…but what do you do with it? Who do you send it to? How do you store it? How do you make meaningful reports based on the data you collected? This webinar will show how Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) addressed these question. We’ll do a deep-dive into how the OHSU School of Nursing uses reports from Blue in their course and teaching evaluation audit process, [...]

Northwestern University’s Experience – Managing a Transition to Blue by Streamlining User Experience with Blue APIs, While Delivering Existing Report-Sharing Experience

August 22nd, 2018|Categories: Community-Led, Webinars|

One of the key challenges when adopting a new technology or a new system is change management. Northwestern University had a long history of sharing course evaluation results with various stakeholders – students, faculties, and administrations. Thus, keeping the existing reports sharing experience with students, faculties, and administrations was identified as a key success factor for change management, in transitioning from an in-house electronic course evaluation system to the automated process of Blue. In this webinar, we will present how Northwestern partnered with eXplorance to tackle this [...]

ACU Unitpulse: A journey with Bluepulse

March 4th, 2019|Categories: Community-Led, Webinars|

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 5 7:30pm-8:30pm, Eastern time zone Presenters: Associate Professor Elizabeth Santhanam & Dr. Bernardine Lynch, Australian Catholic University