First SUM of the programme(s)

Gunter Saunders and the Making Assessment Count project team (University of Westminster) have created a SUM (service usage model) of their e-reflect process.

SUMs have been a key part of the development of the eFramework and are designed to give a high level, overview of a process with an accompanying technical description of services being integrated/implemented. Although the eFramework is in somewhat of a state of flux at the moment, SUMs themselves (imho) are really useful way to share practice and are a valuable shareable project output. However I would be interested in hearing others views on this type of narrative structure.

The SUM is available to downloaded from the e- framework wiki and will also be available in the Design Studio.

If you would like any advice, help and support in developing a SUM for your project, then please email me directly (s.macneill@strath.ac.uk).

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