Evaluating digital work

/ 29 May 2009

During my presentation today at the College Theology Society I was asked a question about evaluating digital work. We went off, at that point, on a related tangent about evaluation, assessment, learning designs, etc. Anyway, the question stuck with me, because I’m not sure I answered whatever was underlying it. Then, lo and behold, I come back to my dorm room to relax a bit reading blogs — and SansBlogue has linked to this lovely wiki site which has a lot of useful information on evaluating digital work. The site is really more concerned with evaluating scholarly work, rather than student productions, but it’s still very useful.

I think one of my favorite parts of reading blogs is the way in which the information I need tends to find its way to me -- sometimes before I've even formulated the question.