A literature review of MCDA methods and matching groups - Università Telematica degli Studi IUL

Published: 8 January 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/ppxymz9bd8.1
Thomas De Angelis, Lara Balleri,


A literature review of MCDA methods and matching groups created for ODLEP project, that aims to boost the distance educational programs in Greece, Romania, Italy and Serbia. More specifically ODLEP aims at: - Creating an innovative and effective framework for selecting the most suitable instructor for a given group of students for a competent and successful online distance learning program - Recording the context of distance learning with a focus on partners’ countries and all the required characteristics for selecting the most suitable instructor/educator for every online class/course - Establishing a theoretical framework and a procedure for assessing and scoring all aspects of the instructors’ profile - Evaluating desired characteristics for each candidate instructor - Based on the synthesis of the course/class students, the proposed framework will facilitate the ranking of available instructors, based on multicriteria analysis, in order to select the optimum one - Delivering an online platform that will put into practice the ODLEP’s methodological approach for facilitating an effective and successful procedure of selecting instructors/educators - Recording the students’ experience, satisfaction and responses and discussing the results with an emphasis on identifying the best practices Identifying approaches to improve the instructors’ performance. - Proposing policy recommendations related to the assignment of the proper instructor to a given class. Project Coordinator: George Aretoulis - garet@civil.auth.gr Project general inquiries: ODLEP.project@gmail.com https://websites.auth.gr/odlep/



Education, Higher Education, Researcher, Distance Education, Multiple-Criteria Decision Analysis