The project was research on student audio presentations
The stakeholders were the 3 researchers, the University in terms of understanding value of student presentations, and eventually wider teaching and learning scientific community
The resources used were Bb (LMS), student’s own devices for making audio recording to upload to Bb, material sourced from set textbook on physiology.
The clarity of the project plan was somewhat unclear. in fact we are still working to understand the implications for the scientific community on student readiness and practice in science for making presentations.
The fallback position was to present at a conference (stepping stone really which was achieved), and then next stage was further surveying for greater numbers.
Evaluation, was really based on outcomes: did we have make the conference presentation, have we written the paper, have we submitted it to a journal?
We measured success by our gut feeling if we had done enough
In terms of celebration, we had some laurels from the conference presentation, and great discussion among the 3 authors and are still working together, which is great.
Overall the project really was like a self-working magic card trick — we didn’t plan for its success, we just did it and it worked out (or is still working out). On reflection, we probably would begin it with some more reasonable aims and objectives in place if we started it again now.