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Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University South La Union Campus College of Computer Science Agoo, La Union Web-Based

Learning System for Data Structure and Algorithm Name (Optional):____________________________________________________________ Direction: Rate the following items by checking the box that corresponds with your answer. Be guided with the ratings below. 5 - Strongly Agree 4 - Agree 3 - Neutral A. Evaluation of the Content
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Reliable content. The origin of information is known. Balanced presentation of information. The authors and the publishers are reputable. Biased-free viewpoints and images. Balanced presentation of cultural, ethnic and racial groups. 7. Correct use of grammar. 8. Current and error-free information. 9. Concepts and vocabulary relevant to learners abilities. 10. Information relevant to age group curriculum. 11. Information of sufficient scope and depth. 12. Logical progression of topics. 13. Variety of activities, with options for increasing complexity.

2 - Disagree 1 - Strongly Disagree 0 Cannot be Evaluated (unavailable)

B. Organization and Presentation of the Content B.1 Pedagogical Parameters B.1.1 Instructional Theories Curriculum
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14. The design of the system is based on reliable learning and instructional theories and is directly related to the content of the curriculum. 15. The application of the system is possible in

Adopted from Hypermedia Courseware Evaluation Instrument By Georgiado Elissavet and Anastasios A. Economides University of Macedonia

various topics of the curriculum. 16. The application of the system is possible on issues related with the curriculum. 17. The system can be used by learners alone, without the need of any instructional objects.

B.1.2 Structure
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18. The content is structured in a clear and understandable manner. 19. The structure allows the learners to move around freely in different units. 20. The structure permits learners to advance, review, see examples, and repeat the unit or escape to explore another unit.

B.2 Design Factors B.2.1 Interactivity Navigation Feedback B.2.1.1 Interactivity


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21. The interactivity of the system is according to the maturity of the students. 22. It provides opportunities for interaction in at least every three of four screens. 23. The content is chunked into small segments and includes built- in questions, reviews, and summaries for each segment. 24. It poses frequently questions to the users that do not interrupt the learning process. 25. It asks students to apply what were learned rather than memorize concepts. 26. It uses rhetorical questions during instruction to get students to think the content. 27. It allows learners to discover information through active exploration.

B.2.1.2 Navigation
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28. Help key to get procedural information. 29. Glossary key for seeing the definition of any term. 30. Objective key for reviewing the courses objectives. 31. Content map key for seeing a list of options available. 32. Summary and review key for reviewing whole or parts of the lesson. 33. Menu key for returning to the main page.

Adopted from Hypermedia Courseware Evaluation Instrument By Georgiado Elissavet and Anastasios A. Economides University of Macedonia

34. Comment key for recording a learners comment. 35. Example key for seeing examples of an idea 36. Key for Moving forward or backward in a lesson 37. Key for accesing the next lesson in a sequence

Screen Design Section


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Horizontal scrolling bars are not used. The system includes local links in order to facilitate navigation. The system is flexible and allows students to access all its contents. The first page is understandable. The system in general has a distinct and easily recognized character. The information is organized into small and functional units. The system includes alternative ways of presentation. The system includes content map. The system includes search engines. The way that the navigation tools work is easily understandable. Each learning unit is presented under the same design principles. External links are loaded in a separate window. The system includes synchronous communication channels. The system includes asynchronous communication channels.

Adopted from Hypermedia Courseware Evaluation Instrument By Georgiado Elissavet and Anastasios A. Economides University of Macedonia