The paper describes the eLSE methodology to evaluate e-learning systems. By combing a specific inspection technique with user-testing, eLSE allows inspectors, even not having a wide experience in evaluating e-learning systems, to perform accurate evaluations. The inspection technique is based on the use of evaluation patterns, called Abstract Tasks, which precisely describe the activities to be performed during inspection. For this reason, it is called AT inspection. An experiment has shown that novice evaluators are able to come out with good results, confirming the efficiency and the effectiveness of AT inspection.

Systematic Evaluation of E-Learning Systems

Carmelo Ardito
2006-01-01

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The paper describes the eLSE methodology to evaluate e-learning systems. By combing a specific inspection technique with user-testing, eLSE allows inspectors, even not having a wide experience in evaluating e-learning systems, to perform accurate evaluations. The inspection technique is based on the use of evaluation patterns, called Abstract Tasks, which precisely describe the activities to be performed during inspection. For this reason, it is called AT inspection. An experiment has shown that novice evaluators are able to come out with good results, confirming the efficiency and the effectiveness of AT inspection.
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