Were people satisfied with Moodle performance during October 2009?

Andrew Ramsden

Research output: Working paper

Abstract

A user survey was run during November, 2009. It identified three key observations, and a clear action on the Moodle Operations Manager to set a target for the start of the next academic year to deliver a service where a proportionally higher number of user rate themselves as more satisfied with the Moodle Service in terms of accessibility and responsiveness. This will require a number of work packages, including a review of the current Moodle Service architecture by the e-learning and BUCS teams.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationBath, U. K.
PublisherUniversity of Bath
StatusUnpublished - 2009

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Ramsden, A. (2009). Were people satisfied with Moodle performance during October 2009? Bath, U. K.: University of Bath.

Were people satisfied with Moodle performance during October 2009? / Ramsden, Andrew.

Bath, U. K. : University of Bath, 2009.

Research output: Working paper

Ramsden, A 2009 'Were people satisfied with Moodle performance during October 2009?' University of Bath, Bath, U. K.
Ramsden A. Were people satisfied with Moodle performance during October 2009? Bath, U. K.: University of Bath. 2009.
Ramsden, Andrew. / Were people satisfied with Moodle performance during October 2009?. Bath, U. K. : University of Bath, 2009.
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