A tool for evaluating learning objects

This presentation described and demonstrated a tool for evaluating learning objects.  The evaluation includes selecting those criteria that are considered import in the evaluation and collecting qualitative and quantitative evaluative data from users of the tool. The overall assessment is presented in a graphical form, supplemented with qualitative comments. As with the previous talk, it was not clear the extent to which the tool and the underlying ideas had been evaluated and validated.

Unfortunately, the authors from Nottingham University were not able to attend to present the paper in person, and consequently there was no feedback or questioning from the floor.