Submitting an expression of interest does not guarantee a place in a pilot program. Similarly, anyone who participates in a pilot program does so on the understanding that the application is under evaluation against the university evaluation framework for acceptance into the TELT platform.
As such there is no guarantee that the application will be accepted/deployed/supported by the University, or available for teaching after the pilot phase. To ensure accurate assessment of the suitability of the piloted application for the TELT Platform, participants are requested to assist in the evaluation process.
- All participants in pilot projects are expected to assist with evaluation of the application under trial in order to ensure a valid and accurate assessment of its suitability for inclusion in the TeLT platform.
- Student' feedback on the pilot applications is an important part of the evaluative cycle. Please ensure that pilot applications are built into the learning activities of your course design in order that that students use the application and are able to comment on its functionality.
- Due to the nature of piloting new technology, only limited technical support will be provided and all services will be hosted in a temporary environment. Pilots are usually capped between 500 and 1000 students to allow time for supporting the pilot participants, while still enabling an adequate sample for evaluation.
NOTE: Safe Exam Browser, Questionmark OnDemand and Examsoft are current pilots specifically relating to the Digital Assessment Project.