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Evaluation in educational technology

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  • 1. Evaluation in educational technology Done by: Mahmood Al-Harrasi Hussain Al-Qaedi Course tutor: Dr. Alaa Sadik
  • 2. Summary of an evaluation study of educational technology with particular focus on the evaluation methodology used in this study.
    • The Title of this study is:
    • Evaluation of Computer-Assisted Learning Program Question Styles and Integration into a General Pathology Course.
    • The evaluation study was done by:
    • W Alexander Reid & Mark J Arends, University of Edinburgh
  • 3. The purpose:
    • Determine how the students reacted to the different question styles available in a package called CAL Scribe and how well the CAL was integrated into the course.
  • 4. Background(overview):
    • Computer assisted learning programs (CAL) were integrated into an introductory course on general pathology for medical students in the University of Edinburgh Medical School. The study was undertaken to determine how the students reacted to the different question styles available in a package called CAL Scribe and how well the CAL was integrated into the course.
  • 5. The instrument and Methods:
    • In this study The students were asked to complete written questionnaires Towards the end of the course.
  • 6. references:
    • W Alexander Reid & Mark J Arends, University of Edinburgh << Evaluation of Computer-Assisted Learning Program Question Styles and Integration into a General Pathology Course>>
    • http://www.icbl.hw.ac.uk/ltdi/evalstudies/esquestionstyles.htm
  • 7. Summary of an evaluation study of educational technology with particular focuses on the evaluation of specific technology features
    • The Title of this study is:
    • An evaluation study of mobile agent technology: standardization, implementation and evolution.
    • The evaluation study was done by By Perdikeas, M.K.; Chatzipapadopoulos, F.G.; Venieris, I.S.
  • 8. The purpose:
    • This paper examines the current status of standardization efforts concerning mobile agent technology and presents five Java-based mobile agent platforms (MAPs).
  • 9. Background(overview):
    • relating to mobile agent technology are presented first followed by a comparative presentation of five Java-based mobile agent platforms. The presentation addresses mainly qualitative characteristics of the platforms from the application developer's point of view. Some performance measurements are also presented. The paper concludes with some general remarks on the future of this technology.
  • 10. references:
    • http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/Xplore/defdeny.jsp?url=http%3A%2F%2Fieeexplore.ieee.org%2Fstamp%2Fstamp.jsp%3Ftp%3D%26arnumber%3D778384&denyReason=-133&arnumber=778384&productsMatched=null