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ERIC Number: ED444460
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 7
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An Evaluation Methodology for Computer Mediated Teletraining Systems.
Sandoz-Guermond, Francoise; Beuchot, Gerard
This paper proposes a contextual evaluation method for computer-mediated teletraining systems. The proposed methods include: (1) quantification of results of the work on a generally recognized scale, in order to evaluate performance reached by the trainees following the achievement of the training task; (2) analysis of communication types used during each activity to resolve the task; and (3) questionnaires on the perception and usage of the different items of the environment that facilitate communication during the training session, in order to evaluate the satisfaction of actors with working in the mediated environment and with the proposed role. The techniques and tools of evaluation are described, including evaluation of the performance of the trainees, evaluation of the actors' satisfaction, and evaluation of the actors' behavior and system behavior; a table presents important factors and measurable or observed criteria in the evaluation of actors and system behavior. Considerations in the analysis of data and validation of results provided by the evaluation are also discussed. (MES)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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