How to assess the quality of online learning and teaching material? Quality guidelines for educational online content and it’s practical applicability illustrated with a current case study:

Veronika Hornung-Prähauser, Heinz Mayringer (2006): How to assess the quality of online learning and teaching material? Quality guidelines for educational online content and it’s practical applicability illustrated with a current case study: Evaluation of Austrian eContent collections In: Proceedings EDEN conference 2006, Vienna, Austria, 14.-17.6.2006

This paper deals with the issue of how to assess the quality of online learning and teaching material. As evaluator for eLearning processes and products one is confronted with the fact that not only learners, but also learning facilitators (teacher/tutor) have a subjecetive perceiption of e-Learning quality. In this paper we present different quality evaluation approaches specifically for development and production of online learning and teaching material, critically discuss their dimensions and reflect their relevance in the context of formal and informal learning settings. Finally we illustrate the practical applicability of such guidelines and quality perceptions in a case study carried through in Austria.

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