October 15, 2004


What makes a good evaluation?

The evaluations which were good, were those which expressed the advantages and disadvantages of the site in a clear and logical way. Evaluations need to explore how easy and efficient the site is to use, so that theatre historians do not waste time searching for releant information.

The successful entries, explained why the sites were useful in terms of the course, and started to explore the links in order to obtain information about society and theatre and plays in the 5th century. Some of the evaluations provided links to a particular web page and used photos as example, people can therefore go straight to certain parts of the site, rather than spending time looking at useless material.

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  1. james dunno if yuve seen this, but if not go to will's actington stanley page….hugh denard has excelled himself!

    15 Oct 2004, 18:56

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