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E-Learning Maturity Model
Publications

Version 2.3 (Draft) Documents

The eMM is a continuously evolving model incorporating feedback from those applying it and information from the research literature. The current version is 2.3 and it is in draft form so that additional feedback can be provided. The following documents are provided to support eMM assessment projects and feedback is warmly invited.

eMM 2.3 Process Descriptions

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The complete eMM version 2.3 process and practice set with background information on the research supporting the processes and practices and a detailed set of capability exemplars illustrating levels of capability for each practice.

eMM 2.3 Assessment Workbook (PDF)

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(954KB Acrobat PDF)
The complete eMM version 2.3 process and practice set in workbook format suitable for conducting assessments.

eMM 2.3 Assessment Workbook (Excel)

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(748KB Excel Workbook)
The complete eMM version 2.3 process and practice set in excel format format suitable for conducting assessments. This excel workbook supports assessments with either the core or full practice set, or hybrids of the two.

eMM 2.3 Core Assessment Workbook (PDF)

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(1,146KB Acrobat PDF)
The core eMM version 2.3 process and practice set in workbook format suitable for conducting assessments. The core set of practices provide an easier entry into eMM assessment while retaining complete compatibility with the full practice set.

eMM Publications

Beames, S., Mitchell, G. and Marshall, S. (2009). Using the e-Learning Maturity Model to Benchmark Institutional Learning and Teaching Plans and Capabilities. Proceedings of the 2009 Educause in Australasia Conference, Perth, Australia, 3rd-6th May.

Marshall, S. J. (2008). What are the key factors that lead to effective adoption and support of e-learning by institutions? In Proceedings of HERDSA 2008 (Rotorua, New Zealand, HERDSA).
http://www.herdsa.org.au/wp-content/uploads/conference/2008/media/Marshall.pdf

Marshall, S.J. and Mitchell, G. (2007). Benchmarking International E-learning Capability with the E-Learning Maturity Model. In Proceedings of EDUCAUSE in Australasia 2007, 29 April - 2 May 2007, Melbourne, Australia.
http://www.caudit.edu.au/educauseaustralasia07/authors_papers/Marshall-103.pdf

Marshall, S. (2006). E-Learning Maturity Model Version Two: New Zealand Tertiary Institution E-Learning Capability: Informing and Guiding E-Learning Architectural Change and Development Project Report. Report to the New Zealand Ministry of Education. 132pp. 20060726TeLRFReport.pdf or in sections from here.

Marshall, S. (2006). eMM Version Two Process Assessment Workbook. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington. 20060726Workbook.pdf

Marshall, S. (2006). eMM Version Two Process Guide. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington. 20060726ProcessDescriptions.pdf

Marshall, S.J. (2006). Development and Evolution of an E-Learning Maturity Model. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Technology Supported Learning and Training (OnlineEduca) pp. 291-294. Berlin, Germany, 28 November - 1 December.

Marshall, S.J. and Mitchell, G. (2006). Assessing Sector E-Learning Capability With an E-Learning Maturity Model. In D. Whitelock and S. Wheeler, Eds. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT-C) pp. 203-214. Edinburgh, Scotland, 5-7th September.

Marshall, S.J. and Mitchell, G. (2005). E-Learning Process Maturity in the New Zealand Tertiary Sector. Paper presented at the EDUCAUSE in Australasia 2005 Conference, April 5-8, Auckland, NZ.
documents/E-LearningProcessMaturity.pdf

Marshall, S. (2005). Determination of New Zealand Tertiary Institution E-Learning Capability: An Application of an E-Learning Maturity Model: Report on the E-Learning Maturity Model Evaluation of the New Zealand Tertiary Sector. Report to the New Zealand Ministry of Education. 132pp.
http://www.utdc.vuw.ac.nz/research/emm/documents/SectorReport.pdf

Marshall, S.J. and Mitchell, G., Applying SPICE to e-learning: an e-learning maturity model? In R. Lister and A. Young (Eds), Proceedings of the Sixth Australasian Computing Education Conference (ACE 2004) (18 - 22 January 2004, Dunedin, New Zealand, Australian Computer Society, 2004), pp. 185-191.
http://portal.acm.org/ft_gateway.cfm?id=979993&type=pdf&coll=GUIDE&dl=GUIDE&CFID=62903527&CFTOKEN=3085292

Marshall, S. and Mitchell, G. (2003) Potential Indicators of e-Learning Process Capability. Paper presented at the EDUCAUSE in Australasia 2003 Conference, May 6-9, Adelaide, Australia.
documents/1009anav.pdf

Marshall, S., and Mitchell, G. (2002) An E-Learning Maturity Model? In A. Williamson, K. Gunn, A. Young, and T. Clear (eds), Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (Auckland, Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, 2002)
http://www.unitec.ac.nz/ascilite/proceedings/papers/173.pdf