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      • Not applicableHow often is dynamic course content updated?a.From "About ALISON" pageb. when we registered on the site , they didn't ask us about our skills and knowledge.Any individual learnerNo Who are the learners? Does the institution have adequate information about the learners at a distance? Objectives at the beginning of each lesson.yesDoes the course provide clear expectations of what the student is required to do?In the lessons they used video, audio and graphics.yesDoes the course utilize multimedia attributes of the Internet and digital technologies? - text - audio - video - graphics - other (specify) In the lesson, the instructor explain content and the learner just listen.More didactic than facilitativeWhat is the instructor’s role? - more facilitative than didactic - more didactic than facilitative- a combination of bothThe order of the lessons provide a sense of continuityyesDoes the course provide a sense of continuity? (e.g., each unit of the lesson builds on the previous unit, etc.)In discussion forumYes for discussionDoes the course promote Inside Collaboration by providing a supportive environment for asking questions, clarifying directions, suggesting or contributing resources and working on joint projects with class members?
      NoDoes the course have personnel who can assist learners to set up for starting the course?NoAre the hardware requirements for the course clearly stated?NoDoes the course provide links to resources where all necessary software can be downloaded?Interface design We tried them in different web browsersyesDo Web pages look good in a variety of Web browsers and devices--in text-based browsers, all recent versions of Internet Explorer and Netscape, and so on.?Sequence for lessonsyesDoes the course follow “one idea per paragraph” rule?In site map pageyesDoes the course provide structural aids or site map to guide learner’s navigation?It has sound, text and picture while providing lesson.yesIs the course Website designed to be accessible by a wider user population? (Is the course 508 compliant?)In discussion forum has link to FAQyesHow quickly users find answers to the most frequently asked questions on the course site?<br />While learner have a test they can navigate through other website or open course content in another tabNoDoes the course have a mechanism in which a learner can be truly measured and not cheat?NoDoes the course have a system to accept students’ online evaluation of the following? - content - instructor - learning environment - learning resources - course design - technical supportmanagementNot aplicableIs there a project support site for elearning production team?In news pageyesDoes the course notify students about any changes in due dates or other course relevant matters (e.g., server down) via following means? - e-mail- announcement page- alert boxes- running footer added to a page- phone call- mailSupport resourcenoDoes the course providetroubleshooting (or expert technical support from specialized staff) assistance or a help line? Not applicableDoes the course provide examples of previous student's work on the Web?institutionalNot applicableIs the institution ready to offer online courses?There is no practice No interactionTest does not assess student progressnoDoes the course provide academic quality such as one would expect in a traditional course?NoAre instructor/tutor and technical staff available during online orientation?<br />Does the institution have to get approval from any external entities (who can serve as political barriers) to implement e-learning?not aplicableTo improve cross-cultural verbal communication and avoid misunderstanding, does the course make an effort to reduce or avoid the use of jargon, idioms, ambiguous or cute humor, and acronyms?not aplicableDoes the course present more than one viewpoint on controversial issues? not aplicableIs the course offered to geographically diverse population? If yes ... Is the course sensitive about students from different time-zones (e.g. synchronous communications are scheduled at reasonable times for all time zones represented)? through lesson a stendent can navigate yesIs the course designed to have patience for learners who adapt to individualized distributed learning environment slower than others? yesInformation accessibility issue must be expressed in terms of digital “haves” and “have nots,” a gap expressed in the term “digital divide.” Is the digital divide issue considered in designing the elearning content?noDoes the course provide any guidance to learners on how to behave and post messages in online discussions so that their postings do not hurt others’ feelings?Not aplicable Does the course get students’ permission to post any of the following on the Web?- students’ photographs - students’ projects<br />