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  1. The Evaluation of Microcomputer Systems in Education

    E Boyes

    Studies in Educational Evaluation Vol. 17, No. 2 (1991) pp. 263–73

    An evaluation was made of the use of a computer network in an undergraduate physics course at the University of Liverpool (England). Computer use by 54 students was assessed via path analysis... More

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  2. Evaluating Computer Technology Innovation in the Schools: The Need for a New Framework

    Mary K. Kinnick

    Evaluation and Program Planning Vol. 13, No. 4 (1990) pp. 335–41

    A framework for evaluation of computer technology innovation in schools is described. The framework draws on theory and research concerning student learning, innovations, technology, and new... More

    pp. 335-41

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  3. Internal Evaluation in a Developing Organization: Impediments to Implementation

    Linda Ziegahn

    Studies in Educational Evaluation Vol. 15, No. 2 (1989) pp. 163–81

    The effect of the United States Agency for International Development on the Lesotho Distance Teaching Center's (South Africa) attempt at internal evaluation is discussed. Internal evaluation is... More

    pp. 163-81

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  4. Evaluating High Technology Educational Media

    A Duby

    Studies in Educational Evaluation Vol. 16, No. 1 (1990) pp. 1–156

    Seven articles on the evaluation of high technology educational media are presented. Topics covered include hardware and software evaluation, acquired immune deficiency syndrome education, computer... More

    pp. 1-156

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  5. Maryland's Statewide Educational Technology Network: Description & Evaluation. Research & Evaluation Report

    Saeed Salehi

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    Two years of evaluation studies by the Maryland Education Technology Network (METN) are summarized in this report, which analyzes the effectiveness of school-based technology centers. During the... More

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  6. Using Computer-Controlled Audio/Video Feedback To Integrate Evaluation and Training

    William Ives

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    Continued advances in computerized training technology allow for a better link between instruction and evaluation. The use of computer-controlled audio and video feedback takes the automation of a ... More

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  7. A Field-Testing Approach to Software Evaluation

    Curt Dudley-Marling

    Computers in the Schools Vol. 5, No. 1 (1988) pp. 241–49

    Discussion of the evaluation of educational software highlights two evaluation methods: (1) the York Educational Software Evaluation Scales (YESES), a criterion-based evaluation, and (2) a field... More

    pp. 241-49

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  8. Structures and Methodologies for the Evaluation of Educational Software

    Phillippe C. Duchastel

    Studies in Educational Evaluation Vol. 13, No. 1 (1987) pp. 111–17

    The structures within which software evaluation is carried out vary widely. Three broad types of evaluation methodologies offer models that capitalize on important aspects of evaluation: (1)... More

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  9. A Microcomputer Program for Evaluation Analysis

    Stuart S. Nagel

    Evaluation and Program Planning Vol. 10, No. 2 (1987) pp. 159–68

    This article shows how microcomputer software can help in overcoming key methological problems in program/policy evaluation by: (1) paired comparisons; (2) sensitivity analysis to deal with missing... More

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  10. Formative Evaluation in the Context of Computerized Instruction

    Tamar Levin

    Studies in Educational Evaluation Vol. 12, No. 2 (1986) pp. 121–29

    Based on the "Courseware Evaluation Project," supported by the Israeli Ministry of Education and Culture, this article addresses basic issues regarding formative evaluation practices in the context... More

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  11. Software Evaluation--Everyone's Responsibility

    Heidi Perreault

    Business Education Forum Vol. 40, No. 6 (1986) pp. 5–6

    Presents the following steps for software evaluation: examine course objectives, study software reviews, make arrangements to preview the software packages that appear best to meet the needs of the... More

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  12. A Learner-Based Evaluation of Microcomputer Software

    Vicki Blum Cohen

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    A project involving the evaluation of microcomputer courseware being marketed for school use was conducted in the Microcomputer Resource Center at Teachers College, Columbia University, during 1982... More

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  13. Evaluation of Online Searches

    Richard W. Blood

    RQ Vol. 22, No. 3 (1983) pp. 266–77

    The online search evaluation form recommended by the Machine-Assisted Reference Section Committee on Measurement and Evaluation of Service of the American Library Association is discussed. Each of ... More

    pp. 266-77

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  14. A Formative and Summative Evaluation of Computer Integrated Instruction

    Barbara Signer

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    The purpose of this study was to conduct formative and summative evaluation for Computer Integrated Instruction (CII), an alternative use of computer-assisted instruction (CAI). The non-equivalent ... More

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  15. Film Criticism and Micro-Computer Courseware Evaluation

    Gabriel M. Della-Piana

    New Directions for Program Evaluation Vol. 13 (March 1982) pp. 11–28

    A feasibility analysis of the use of film criticism methods in the evaluation of microcomputer-based instructional packages is presented. (Author) More

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  16. Levels of Evaluation for Computer-Based Instruction

    Thomas C. Reeves & Richard M. Lent

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    The uses and methods of four levels of evaluation which can be conducted during the development and implementation phases of computer-based instruction (CBI) programs are discussed in this paper.... More

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  17. Serious Game Evaluation as a Meta-Game

    Lynne Hall, Susan Jane Jones, Ruth Aylett, Marc Hall, Sarah Tazzyman, Ana Paiva & Lynne Humphries

    Interactive Technology and Smart Education Vol. 10, No. 2 (2013) pp. 130–146

    Purpose: This paper aims to briefly outline the seamless evaluation approach and its application during an evaluation of ORIENT, a serious game aimed at young adults. Design/methodology/approach:... More

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  18. Empirical Investigations on Community Building and Collaborative Work inside a LMS using Proactive Computing

    Remus Dobrican, Sandro Reis & Denis Zampunieris, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

    E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2013 (Oct 21, 2013) pp. 1840–1852

    Today learning is becoming more of a social process; traditional e-learning platforms like Learning Management Systems (LMSs) need to rapidly evolve in order to offer users not only conventional... More

    pp. 1840-1852

  19. STEM undergraduates mentoring high school girls: the Role of social media in GO-GIRL Program

    Sally Roberts & Ke Zhang, Wayne State University, United States; Patricia Pokay, Eastern Michigan University, United States

    E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2013 (Oct 21, 2013) p. 953

    This session reports a project using social media for STEM undergraduates to mentor high school girls. The Gaining Options:Girls Investigate Real Life (GO-GIRL) is a long-standing out-of-school... More

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  20. How Online Teacher Educational Backgrounds, Student Satisfaction, and Frequency of Teacher-Student Interactions Relate to Completion Rates for Two Critically Needed Courses Statewide

    Bonnie Swan & Michael Hynes, University of Central Florida, United States; Beth Miller, Florida Virtual School, United States; Jaime Godek, Kristopher Childs, Xuan-Lise Coulombe-Quach & Yan Zhou, University of Central Florida, United States

    E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2013 (Oct 21, 2013) pp. 432–441

    Many believe a teacher has more impact on student learning than any other factor, yet little is known about the population of K-12 online distance education teachers and their pedagogical practices... More

    pp. 432-441