From Now On

A Monthly Electronic Commentary
on Educational Technology Issues

Vol 5 . . . No 4 . . . December, 1995

"Did anybody learn anything?"
Assessing Technology Programs
and the Learning Accomplished

by Jamie McKenzie

Simple Text Version

"Events in the past may be roughly divided into those which probably never happened and those which do not matter. This is what makes the trade of historian so attractive."

W. R. Inge (1860-1954)

Introduction to Assessing Technology Programs and the Learning Accomplished---The Sad and Sorry State of Technology Program Assessment---Hypotheses for the Sad and Sorry State---Why Bother? What's the Pay-Off?---The Centrality of Clear Goals and Outcome Statements---Assessment for Navigation---Self-Assessment Instruments---Performance Assessment Instruments---When all is said and done---Resources

Credits: The background is from Jay Boersma.
Other drawings and graphics are by Jamie McKenzie.

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