This category is for methods and theory related to instructional technology evaluation--determining the quality, merit, or worth of hardware, software, web sites, and instructional programs. It emphasizes the special characteristics of instructional technologies that affect approaches to evaluation.
Details of the conference, including white papers.
This article examines the process of identifying learning standards for educational and instructional technology programs.
An online periodical dedicated to the effectiveness and interest of learning and teaching science subjects with the use of IT (especially various multimedia and Internet resources) in schools.
Reprint article which considers various aspects of issues related to technology evaluation, access, and literacy learning.
Summary of the Secretary's Conference on Educational Technology: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Technology on July 12-13, 1999, in Washington, D.C.. It notes a shift in schools' focus on technology from building and implementing a technology infrastructure to evaluating the effectiveness of its use in schools and classrooms.
Publisher of standardized achievement tests and custom assessments including TerraNova, Fox in a Box, SUPERA, LAS, TABE, TestMate, NEDT, CDRT, and CDMT. The mission is to help the teacher help the child.
The official journal of the IFIP Technical Committee on Education.
This article from "From Now On: The Educational Technology Journal" discusses the importance of evaluating technology in schools.
Developed for professionals seeking to design, conduct, document, or review project evaluations. OERL is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
A stage model that applies to anyone experiencing change--policy makers, teachers, parents, students
The WWILD Team looks for special kinds of interactive software that they call interactive modules. An interactive module, similar to any reusable learning object, is any self-contained, short, interactive experience that is relevant to school-based learning -- they are not lessons, but resources for lessons and learning.
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