Tag Archives: Testing

Assessment: we’re spoilt for (multi) choice

Long term blog readers will know of my dislike of multi-choice assessments: the last ditch bid of the desperate in the final fifteen minutes of learning design. In an idle five minutes, i’ve sketched out some other approaches to assessment, … Continue reading

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Usability and utility in e-learning. How to make sure that you’ve got it right.

E-Learning is a funny creature. It’s created by a mixture of art and technology, always a heady if slightly risky mix. It’s a spontaneous activity stifled by process, it’s great communication strangled by noise. All to often, the magic gets … Continue reading

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The state of the London Underground and the importance of usability testing.

I am lost. Hopelessly lost, with little prospect of getting home. And i’ll tell you why. It’s because London Underground don’t know the importance of usability and testing. People who travel regularly with this blog will know that I try … Continue reading

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