Kathy Schrock's Evaluation Resources
Is the goal stated?
Is the mission served?
Does the site possess literary, artistic, or social value?
Does the goal match your needs?
(Depends on level of user)
Is the site focused at an appropriate reading level?
Is the site free of inappropriate language or graphics?
Is any bias/opinion easy for students to identify and discuss?
Does the site foster respect for all people including women, minorites, ethnic groups, disabled, and aged?
Does the site reflect a culturally diverse, pluralistic society?
Does the site reflect global awareness?
Is the information credible?
Is the information fact or opinion?
Is supporting material provided?
Are associated links provided? Do links work?
Is a web master listed?
Is the site well-maintained and frequently updated?
Are comments requested?
Elvis Presley Official Site
Is the content well-organized?
Is the breathe of coverage appropriate?
Is information presented in a logical order?
Is the site thorough?
Are links provided for expansion? Are they good?
Is the site complete?
Does the site provide "real-world" applications?
Wall Street Research Net
Are sound options provided at music/speech sites?
Are videos provided if relevant?
Are graphics used to support ideas?
Are animations used in relevant ways?
Are elements such as navigation tools consistent?
Are functional areas provided?
Do background and animations contribute rather than distract?
Are the font styles and sizes easy to read?
Are graphics large enough to see?
Are graphics small enough to load fast?
Is the site easy to use?
Does the site have visual appeal?
Are the graphics worth the wait?
Does the site appeal to the imagination, senses, & intellect?
Is the site interesting, stimulating, and engaging?
Is the site thought provoking?
Living in Toyko
Does the site run without error?
Are directions provided for downloads?
Does loading take a reasonable amount of time?
Do most browsers work with the site?
Is a text-only option provided?
Is it easy to move between pages?
Could you easily return to previous parts of the site?
Is an easy-to-use table of contents or index provided?
Were links clearly described?
Were page lengths kept short to limit options and confusion?
Is the site available and easily loaded?
Is the site restricted through password or subscriptions?
Theory into Practice
The Virtual Garden
Maps, charts, tables, timelines
Would you rather ...
enjoy the work of others?
design, but let someone else create?
create a page?
create a masterpiece?
Austin Local Leaders
Lists of lists
Locally run web pages
Information, links, activities
Identify meaningful site metaphors: book, map, chart, visual
Include all elements: overview, contents, information, conclusion, credits, links
Wyoming History Project
Help students identify their audience
Focus attention on detail
Develop a means of self, peer, and teacher evaluation
Print out information/lessons
Copy/paste text, words
Run pages locally
Use one computer & large screen
Join global projects
Replicate completed projects
Evaluate or add to other web pages
Submit projects to be published
Start a contest or project
TransAsia Virtual Field Trip
Shuttle/Mir Online Project
Memories of 1945
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