[PW] Website evaluation site for children

Sylvia Milne sylviamilne at btinternet.com
Wed Nov 11 00:45:00 PST 2015


That's more like it and so is this 

http://www.lancerlibrary.org/website-evaluation.html
Both are useful but rather sober and academic 
It looks as though my ideal site doesn't exist. 

From Sylvia Milne


> On 10 Nov 2015, at 22:30, John Henderson <jhenderson at ithaca.edu> wrote:
> 
> I've been surprised by the number of requests over the years from middle school teachers to use my web evaluation tutorial, since it contains a quiz concerning Women and AIDS. Perhaps they don't include that assignment. Formerly part of the Ithaca College Library website, T is for Thinking lives in semi-retirement at 
> http://www.icyousee.org/think/think.html
> 
> John Henderson
> Ithaca College Library
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> I've been searching the web for an informative and well presented site for website evaluation for children around the ages 10 to 15.  There are many for university level. I've seen a few for teachers, but nothing colourful and/or amusing that would appeal to a child.
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> Sylvia Milne
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