The challenge of measuring E-learning quality: some ideas from HCI [chapter]

Janet Wesson, Lester Cowley
2003 Quality Education @ a Distance  
This paper discusses the concept of e-Ieaming quality, critically reviews current practice in measuring e-leaming quality and suggests several Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) methods that can be used to measure the usability of e-Ieaming. Usability evaluation and user-centred design are seen as essential to ensure e-Ieaming quality. Several of these methods were used to evaluate the quality of a web design tutorial developed at the University of Port Elizabeth (UPE).
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35700-3_25 dblp:conf/ifip3-6/WessonC03 fatcat:hn7zuahsvfa6ba745ilumo3c5a