The British Council is requesting proposals from interested firms for the collection of data for the “Usability of CEHRD Learning Portal” for TA 9215: Supporting Policies and Implementation in the School Sector Nepal's School Sector Development Plan - TA Facility. The TA is funded by EU and ADB and being implemented by the British Council.

The British Council as a part of its Package 1 of TA 9215: Supporting Policies and Implementation in the School Sector for program management, coordination and technical support to the government of Nepal (SSDP TA Facility) has conducted a review of the CEHRD Learning Portal that focused on web analytics to provide quantitative data about the portal’s use. While many assumptions can be drawn from those data, a qualitative usability study is an essential next step in order to understand the reality of user experience. 

This new study is intended to capture behavioural data and to answer the following design-related questions:

  • What do teachers and children experience when they are openly exploring the portal?
  • What do teachers and children experience when they are directed to find and use specific content within the portal?
  • How do parents feel about supporting their children’s use of the portal?

If your firms can provide data collection services to support this study, please send us your quotation at procurement.ssdpta@britishcouncil.org by 6 December 2020, 1700 hours along with a pricing approach and supplier response form with title "SSDP TA: Quotation for data collection for “Usability of CEHRD Learning Portal”.

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