A formative and summative usability evaluation study of a cross platform elearning authoring environment

A. Watterson, Lyn Pemberton, Richard Griffiths

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This paper describes the evaluation of the LOGOS platform as a part of the final systems design process. The LOGOS learning platform was created over two years by an international team of researchers. The project was launched thanks to the European Commission’s 6th Framework Programme. The project (www.logosproject.com) provides a unified platform for e-learning services that can be delivered on mobile phones, PDAs, digital TV and computers. Learners may use their favourite device to access and interact with course materials, and each other, anytime and from anywhere. Courses created with the LOGOS Authoring Studio can be personalised if the learner requests such a course and the LOGOS Learning Management System (LMS) makes it accessible. The particular aspect targeted by this part of the Project work package (WP5.1) is the development of the experimental design for assessing the LOGOS platform from different users’ perspectives.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLOGOS Open Conference on strengthening the integration of ICT research effort
Pages20-37
Number of pages18
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventLOGOS Open Conference on strengthening the integration of ICT research effort - Budapest, Hungary
Duration: 1 Jan 2009 → …

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ConferenceLOGOS Open Conference on strengthening the integration of ICT research effort
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Watterson, A., Pemberton, L., & Griffiths, R. (2009). A formative and summative usability evaluation study of a cross platform elearning authoring environment. In LOGOS Open Conference on strengthening the integration of ICT research effort (pp. 20-37)
Watterson, A. ; Pemberton, Lyn ; Griffiths, Richard. / A formative and summative usability evaluation study of a cross platform elearning authoring environment. LOGOS Open Conference on strengthening the integration of ICT research effort. 2009. pp. 20-37
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