• Schedule a date for the course rerun
  • A course improvement plan
  • Revise the content and activities
  • Course available on the Delft OpenCourseWare site



Take a look at our ‘Roadmap for creating online courses‘ for an overview of the total process (legend and sub-processes included)

Evaluation report from survey data

The results of the course surveys (pre-, mid-, and post-) are used to create an evaluation report. This report will be forward to the course team to be reviewed before the evaluation meeting.

Evaluation meeting

Within 1 month of the course’s completion, attend an evaluation meeting with the product manager and e-learning developer to discuss improvements. This is part of the TU Delft Online Learning Quality Cycle.

The e-moderators should also review the discussion posts during the course to find examples of positive quotes, and also comments/suggestions/criticism for improvement. These are valuable to discuss in the evaluation meeting.

The outcome from the evaluation meeting should be:

  • an actionable list of additions to the course
  • a list of items to consider removing
  • elements of the course that should be modified for the rerun.

Schedule rerun, create an improvement plan and revise content & activities

The final step is to improve the course for its re-run, incorporating recommendations identified during the evaluation meeting. This will contribute to continuous course improvement.

Create an improvement plan to revise content and activities, but also schedule a date for the rerun and review the About page so new online learners can join your course.

Publish material on OCW

The videos and relevant texts of your course will be shared via TU Delft OpenCourseWare website. The amount of content to share is discussed during or after the evaluation meeting.

The OpenCourseWare team will take care of the process and publication. You will be asked for final approval and sometimes for input.

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