I have been looking for a simple to use (no html) web site development tool and decided to try something called Xara Web Designer 9 Premium. This is great tool for rapid prototyping - I have only just begun using Xara, but within 20 minutes or so I ahd built a website and uploaded it from my PC to a web server.... The website for Xara is http://www.xara.com/us/products/webdesigner/. I was especially pleased to see that everything worked well straight out of the box.
Ok, I am finally onto it I think. It is was quite time consuming to find the one line and put it in the one place so that things might work... but finally I have a handle on the contents of the CSS files required to make a Drupal site that makes use of the Zen theme...
I am especially interested in this theme because it is designed to go onto tablets and other mobile devices as well as computers. So, now I can focus on design elements instead of trying to find ways to put elements on the screen.
There is a bewidering range of learning management systems that support e-Learning, and making an informed decision about which to choose is daunting. The Capterra site list (http://www.capterra.com/learning-management-system-software) demonstrates just how many different companies are now providing learning management systems designed to promote e-Learning. One of the LMS tools I am going to investigate more is called LatitudeLearning.
I used to use Grammarly, a site that does an excellent job of proofing writing. However, this can be a bit expensive if you only need some proofing done once in a blue moon.
The following article provides some useful information about the different methods used to conduct qualitative research. It does appear that grounded theory is most widely supported - with more than 50% of surveyed researchers mentioning GT as their preferred approach. I use grounded theory also, mainly because I can see the similarity between what I want to do and the designs presented in educational research (educational technology) articles that I read.
The linked site is interesting to look at ( http://rosyanti.weebly.com/index.html). It is Yantis' work in progress towards development of a flipped classroom course for N-Level students in a Brunei secondary school. Yanti is a very good University of Brunei educational technology student. She is very interested in finding ways to help underachieving Brunei students to advance their learning through the use of ICT.
Many of my students are somewhat challenged by needing to learn when, why and how to use T-Tests and F-tests for statistical analysis of sets of test scores. Hopefully this article will help to make this a little bit clearer.
When to use a T-test.