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E-Learning Maturity Model
The E-Learning Maturity Model (eMM) provides a means by which institutions can assess and compare their capability to sustainably develop, deploy and support e-learning. The eMM is based on the ideas of the Capability Maturity Model and SPICE (Software Process Improvement and Capability dEtermination) methodologies.
The underlying idea that guides the development of the eMM is that the ability of an institution to be effective in any particular area of work is dependent on their capability to engage in high quality processes that are reproducible and able to be extended and sustained as demand grows.
Using the eMM
All of the tools and information needed to apply the eMM are freely provided through this website and licensed for use and modification under the Creative Commons.
You can download the eMM documentation and published research from the Publications section.
If you are interested in understanding how the eMM works, please review the materials in the eMM Key Concepts section. There is also a FAQ addressing common questions. There is also a fully worked example of an eMM capability assessment.
If you are interested in assessing your own institutions capability, please read the Getting Started section
If you are interested in news and discussion relating to the eMM and institutional change please subscribe to the eMM email list.
We're interested in hearing from organisations and collaborators wanting to apply the ideas from this research in different national and international contexts. Enquiries should be directed to the project leader:
Intellectual Property Statement
The project team acknowledges the support of the New Zealand Ministry of Education Tertiary e-Learning Research Fund in enabling this research project.