Models of evaluation in educational technology

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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • Course title: Internet Explorer
    • Designer: This program designed by Ahmed AL-Moqbali as a final project for courseware development course
    • Target audience: five grade students
    • Course requirements:
    • PC
    • Modem for internet connection
    • DSL
    • Course prerequisites:
    • -Navigation skills
    • -Writing skills
    • Course duration:
    • 8 hours
    • Course objectives:
    • search information in the web using search engine
    • save web page as html page
    • Brows academic website on the web
  • 3.  
  • 4. We will use four parts of ACTIONS model to evaluate the course which are access, cost, teaching and learning and interactivity and user- friendliness.
  • 5.
    • Is there excellent contrast between the text and the background?
    • Does the text in the course adjust appropriately when you change the text size through your browser settings?
    • How easily learner can access to online courses?
    • Does the course design to access by student with disabilities?
    • Does the course provide easy navigation through the content?
    • Dose this course provide guide line for the software that need during the course ?
  • 6.
    • Is the Software requirements available for free?
    • How can student pay for the course?
    • How much the course cost each student?
    • Does the course provide clear information for the student about enrollment and payment?
  • 7.
    • Are the media that uses in this course efficient?
    • What are appropriate technologies needed to support teaching and learning?
  • 8.
    • What kind of interaction does the course provide?
    • How easy is the course to use and learn?
    • Does the course provide interactivity between student to student and student to instructor?
    • How does this course control the interactivities?
  • 9.