Questions, Part 2: Usability and Assessment of eLearning Tools

  1. Is my intended audience students? Or the instructors who use the tools?
  2. How would I assess the success of writing elearning tools? By student progress and improvement? And how would I determine if that’s a direct result of the tool? Would I determine success by student completion/use of the tool?
  3. How does instructor perception of student success factor in?
  4. How does the instructor’s perception of decreased workload factor in? Is the product a success if it frees the instructor to spend time doing other things?
  5. How would I test for usability? (Is the technology and product design usable? And is the “information” and teaching method usable?)

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