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Credibility - This is looking at the authencity of the website and goes back to point made earlier where the theory involved in the design of the website is important. The internet by its very nature is volatile & fluid. Not always easy to confirm authenticity. One might argue that there is a duty of care on the practitioner’s part regarding monitoring.



Graphics –This links in with navigation. Graphics or text is primarily an individual preference. Main point to remember is that they are a means for effective communication. The user tends to skim through a page so important points need to be suitably highlighted.
Language – this needs to be appropriate for the level of the user. Clarity important

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Ariadne: out of the e-labyrinth
Today’s group: who we are
Ariadne: out of the e-labryinth
Intended learning outcomes are
We define how to work with ICT
IAEVG Competency framework
The web and your practice
Substitution (or value added)?
Value added (or substitution)?
Recommendations Gothenburg, 2001 I
Recommendations Gothenburg, 2001 II
Ariadne guidelines
Web-based tools & Underlying Theory
Matching Approaches
Sociological Approaches
Social Learning Theories
New Theories
Design considerations I
Design considerations II
Ethical implications
Evaluate 3 websites
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This project has been carried out with the support of the European Union in the framework of the Socrates program
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