Evaluating Web Resources
I have created a new tutorial as part of an online class on Evaluating Web Resources. I used Captivate to create it, and was inspired to include some scenario-based interactions where students get some real practice, and learn by doing.
The students are given a situation and are presented with a website – they must decide whether or not they would use the website. I also included some examples where they need to compare websites on similar topics and select the better resource. This is my first try at using branching in Captivate (very simple branching, but branching nonetheless).
I’d appreciate any feedback!
Entry filed under: Captivate, E-Learning, Educational Technology, evaluating websites, information literacy, instructional design, Librarians, libraries, Technology. Tags: Educational Technology, engaged instruction, evaluating websites, information literacy, information literacy instruction, instructional design, Librarians, libraries, UA Libraries, university of arizona, web reliability.