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Evaluation Wizard

Carl Heine is rewriting our Evaluation Wizard; a ten step process for website evaluation. This tool will step you through the evaluation process, offering criteria for 10 different elements of evaluation.

As a student evaluates the site, they are guided to write their evidence for each step of the process. Once three criteria areas have been used, you can choose to print your evaluation. They system gathers all of your writing into a single page that can be copy/pasted to a word document or printed directly from the screen.

No log in required (the system does not store your data)

Please offer us feedback. Are we missing something? Are the criteria clear? Will you use this with your students?

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Comment by Collette on November 19, 2007 at 12:03pm
As an elementary librarian, I agree with everything above. We start teaching website evaluation in 6th grade, and the language on the current Wizard is WAY too advanced for them.
Comment by karenklieg on November 12, 2007 at 6:08am
I think this is wonderful and necessary. I would love to see a simplified version for elementary students - (I'm thinking of fourth and fifth graders). One thing that my students notice when we do web evaluation that often there is NO author listed. Perhaps this should be addressed and what are the implications. Same thing with dates - often there is no date or last update. I would use this with my students if there was a 'younger' version and if those issues were addressed as well!

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