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A guide to judging which piece of multimedia is right for you!

Evaluating Quality on the Net
http://www.hopetillman.com/findqual.html

A site offering advice on the evaluation of not only multimedia, but websites as well, Hope Tillman gives a thorough description and numerous resources to aid you in your search for evaluative advice.

Adobe Developer Connection
http://www.adobe.com/devnet/?promoid=CZYXS
Quite possibly one of the best places EVER to learn about multimedia and its innumerable applications, Adobe Developer Connection offers a number of tutorials to gain new knowledge.

MultiMedia Mania
http://www.ncsu.edu/midlink/rub.multi.htm
As part of the MidLink magazine homepage, this site compiles a good number of multimedia evaluative rubrics.  There's a good 
number of other links there, too. 

Multimedia Project Rubric
http://www.ncsu.edu/midlink/rub.mmproj.htm
Creating a multimedia project that includes detailed information about a topic is the key to Educational Technology. This rubric scores projects based on the detail of a topic...remember that the name of the game is to help people learn more!

TEEM Home Page
http://www.teem.org.uk/
TEEM is a response to teachers' desperate need for information about what works and why when they use multimedia in the classroom. Publishers and trained TEEM evaluators - all classroom teachers - have contributed information on current CD ROM based educational multimedia.

 

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