Leacock T.L. and Nesbitt J.C. (2007) A framework for evaluating the quality of multimedia resources. Education Technology and Society 10(2) 44-59
This in ‘Evaluation of e–learning materials. A holistic framework’. Bundsgaard and Hansen (2011) Vol 4. No. 4 Journal of Learning Design. Which is worth looking at in itself (I’ll come back to it I am sure).
Product evaluation includes student satisfaction, teaching effectiveness, learning effectiveness, and sustainability. Using the PDPP model as a research framework, a purely e-learning course on Research Methods in Distance Education, ...
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"A four-phase evaluation model for e-learning courses, which includes planning, development, process, and product evaluation". Framework applied to a case study of distance education in Hong Kong, for a Research Methods course.
Evaluation is the key component of any e-Learning course or program that focuses on continuous improvement. Several professionals involved in the e-Learning industry asked me to provide them a set of resources around ...
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