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A report on the evaluation of the Safe Schools Hub
  • Carmel M Taddeo
  • Barbara A Spears
  • Lesley-anne Ey
  • D Green
  • D A Price
  • Toby Carslake
  • G Cox
This report details an evaluative study of the Safe Schools Hub (SSH) conducted to determine its effectiveness in improving education and wellbeing outcomes for students. This commissioned research engaged a diverse range of stakeholders, from education and associated sectors, to obtain their insights and feedback on the SSH to assess the function, content and perceived effectiveness of this resource to direct future implementations. Analytics data were also examined to provide insights into the nature of users' engagement with the SSH. The report describes the key findings including: who uses the resource; why and how it is being used; the technical considerations such as navigability and discoverability of the website; and suggestions for future improvements to the resource. It includes a list of key recommendations with relation to awareness raising about the SSH, website design, and the purpose and context of the SSH. [Introduction, ed]
  • Content authoring,
  • Evaluation,
  • Improvement,
  • School safety,
  • Student welfare,
  • Website design,
  • Websites,
  • Data analysis,
  • Interviews,
  • Surveys
Publication Date
April, 2015
University of South Australia. Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences
Citation Information
Carmel M Taddeo, Barbara A Spears, Lesley-anne Ey, D Green, et al.. A report on the evaluation of the Safe Schools Hub. Adelaide(2015)
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