B1 – The Introductory Page and the Summary Page for hierarchical courses
While dealing with technical topics where only textual information is provided or whenever the course is hierarchically highly structured with several nested levels of in-depths, it could be very useful to provide users with introductory pages where new
structured topics are presented. This function can be compared to the purpose of a paper’s abstract. Summary pages usefulness relies on the opportunity provided to the user of reviewing course and own learning progresses.
Brevity, precision and effectiveness are highly devisable features in both cases.
- The exact positioning of the
Introductory Page in the courseware should be justified by actual learning
The Introductory Page should really represent a node in the course
should represent and summarise a significant part of the course
depending on it
Introductory Page should represent a node where the course shows a
clear turning point in the learning process
title of the Page should clearly reflect the summarised course content