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Web Site Title:
Purpose of using this
site in your lesson:
Is the author/creator of
the Web site clearly identified?
Are his/her institutional affiliations clearly identified?
Can you contact the authors directly by an easy-to-locate e-mail link?
Design and Navigation
Does the site download quickly?
(A page should be completely viewable in under 30 seconds.)
Does the site provide a "site map" or index to its contents?
Do the navigational buttons or links give you a clear sense of where they
will take you?
Can you get back "home" to the site's opening page in one click from anywhere
within the site?
Is the overall design appealing or distracting?
Is the site accessible to "low-end" technology users or does it require
high-speed hardware with the latest versions of browsers and plug-ins
Is the information provided
reliable - is it possible to verify the author's or organization's credentials?
Is it written at a level and in a style accessible to your students?
Will the content help you achieve the objectives of your lesson plan?
Are there opportunities on the site for interaction with other teachers
Is the site free of bias and stereotypes?
Can you easily locate the
date when the site was last updated?
Has it been updated recently?
Is the content of the site time-sensitive (i.e. related to news or policy)
and, if so, is it current?
of how practitioners have used this evaluation:
Pampers Parenting Institute