Hypermedia Drills Teaching and Learning Theories Design Develop Deliver Tutorials Simulations Hyperstaffs Games Assessments Brief Links of Interest Assessment Criteria Class Homepage Goals Distance Learning Module Descriptor Report Writing Lecture Schedule
Assessments Assessments on the computer can be either very good or very bad. It is up to the instructional designer to make sure that s/he is using assessment in a way to help facilitate the learning experience of the student. Just as in a non computer enviroment assessment they can be either formative or summative. Make sure that you know the purpose for the assessment.
Power Point Presentation Assessments *will launch in a new window
Links of Interest Implementation and Evaluation of Technology-BasedMultimedia Instructional Materials in Mathematics
The Role of Visual Testing when Learning from Instructional Multimedia
Resources for Multimedia, CAI, and Web-based instruction

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|Hypermedia | Drills | Simulations | Games | Assessments
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