"How do I know if I'm done?" You can use these statements and questions as a checklist to guide self-review and determine the readiness of your activity for expert review.
Audience and Purpose
- At first glance the user is able to quickly determine the basic content of the activity.
- The purpose of the activity is clear and its objectives are plainly presented.
- The activity design addresses the instructional need.
- At first glance the user is able to determine the intended audience of the site.
- The content is easy to understand and appropriate for faculty and graduate students
- There are no typographical or spelling errors.
- The factual information or content of the activity is accurate and complete.
- The activity appears to be complete (for example, no missing files).
- There is sufficient information to make the site worth visiting.
- The concepts and principles are appropriately presented without confusing or missing information.
- Activity title is brief but informative.
- The activity will motivate faculty to read and use the site.
- The information included in this activity is current.
- Directions are clear and easy to follow.
- Examples span an appropriate range of content (from simple to higher order thinking).
- The activity supports the objectives of the module.
- Each graphic or linked file serves a clear purpose (support content, quality, appeal).
- The references and links for this module are credible.
- The content of external linked sites from this activity are worthwhile and appropriate for the audience's needs/purposes.
- Internal and external links are working properly (no dead ends, no incorrect links, etc.)