An Iterative Usability Evaluation Procedure for Interactive Online Courses
Journal of Interactive Instruction Development Volume 7, Number 4, ISSN 1040-0370
Discussion of the use of the Internet and World Wide Web for interactive distance education courses focuses on the importance of providing iterative usability evaluation of online courses and strategies to ensure effective online course presentation. Design heuristics are suggested, including feedback, help and documentation, and controls for group communication. (Author/LRW)
Dringus, L.P. (1995). An Iterative Usability Evaluation Procedure for Interactive Online Courses. Journal of Interactive Instruction Development, 7(4), 10-14.
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