eLQe is a tool to help teachers and curriculum leaders integrate and plan e-Learning activities in their courses and curricula. Using the evaluation tool allows you to define criteria and set indicators to quantify and review the strengths and weaknesses of an e-Learning offering.
Data is anonymous by default. In order to be able to compare the results of your analysis with another project, you will have to register your account.

Use of the eLQe tool follows a four-step process.
  1. 1. Metadata Input

    To start with, metadata identifying the target of the evaluation is collected.

    The evaluation object can be a single course, class, module, or a full programme of study.

  2. 2. Choose the teaching/learning scenario:

    A choice of possible scenarios is given, and the most suitable option should be chosen.

    This will determine how certain factors will be weighted in the evaluation.

  3. 3. Self-evaluation

    The self-evaluation tool uses a database-supported online form, in which the user assigns percent values to a series of statements describing the programme.

    This value indicates the extent to which the statement has been achieved.

  4. 4. Review

    A summary review will be generated in diagram form, showing the results in five separate categories. An overall average value will also be given.

    Following registration these results can be downloaded individually.

The e-learning quality evaluation tool was developed by Danube University Krems in cooperation with common sense - elearning & training consultants and was funded by Forum Neue Medien Austria