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Evaluation in E-learning : the European Academic Software Award

Abstract : This book discusses the whole issue of evaluation in the general area of e-learning, and specifically looks at the processes used within the European Academic Software Award (EASA). This competition was created over a decade ago in order to evaluate academic software, developed mainly by teachers, students, researchers and engineers, and is organised by the European Knowledge Media Association (EKMA). The aim of this book is not only to summarise the competition itself but also to reflect upon future directions for evaluation in e-learning for the next decade. Rachel Panckhurst is a senior lecturer in Computational Linguistics at the Université Montpellier 3. She is a member of the CNRS FRE 2425, Praxiling research group; her current research interests include computermediated communication, online learning and software evaluation. Sophie David is a senior researcher in Linguistics and Computational Linguistics at the CNRS. She is a member of the CNRS UMR 7114, MoDyCo; her current research interests include morphology, lexical semantics and software evaluation. Lisa Whistlecroft is an Associate Director of PALATINE, the UK Higher Education Academy subject centre for the performing arts, based at Lancaster University.
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Rachel Panckhurst, Sophie David, Lisa Whistlecroft. Evaluation in E-learning : the European Academic Software Award. PULM, Montpellier, 132p. + XXXII p., 2004. ⟨hal-00292142⟩

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