In recent years, the evaluation of online courses has captured the attention of many educators and researchers (see, for example, Diaz, S., (2004), Greer, T., Holinga, D., Kindel, C., and Netznik, M., (2002), Grassian, E., (2000), Graham, Ch. et al., (2001), Henke, H., (2001), Leighton, H. Garcia, F., (2003), Rubio, MJ (2003), Learning & Teaching Development Unit (2003) and Wright, CR, (2004)). Most of these studies focus on the definition of principles and criteria for the evaluation of
online courses. Widely known is the work of 70-347 Graham et al. (2001), which establishes a set of seven principles that guide for the evaluation of online courses. The use of these principles to establish the aspects that are to be evaluated in an online course are illustrated in Learning & Teaching Development Unit (2003). Similarly, the work of Grassian (2000) and Henke (1997) provide a list of checkpoints and frequent mistakes to be avoided during the design of instructional site.
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