Evaluate This Tutorial

Thank you for evaluating this on-line tutorial. Its intent is to offer base-level information on the use of digital preservation. We conceived of this tutorial as a prerequisite to attending Cornell's Weeklong workshop so that participants can devote more time to developing critical thinking skills and less time to learning basic information. The tutorial is also intended as a standalone product, and it is in this capacity that we ask you to review it.

We seek your input in two areas: content and interface design/functionality. Some of you will feel more prepared to comment in one area over the other, but we are hoping that your evaluation can encompass both. We ask you put yourself into the shoes of a potential user of this tutorial in completing your evaluation. Assume this user works in a cultural institution (library, archives, museum) and would have some familiarity with the language and concepts of digital preservation but no real experience or expertise.

Content
(on a scale of 1 - 5, with 1 being Not Helpful and 5 being Extremely Helpful)
2. Is the tutorial pitched at the right level for the intended audience?
If no, check the description that is most applicable
3. Did the content seem accurate and up to date?
4. Was the content relevant?
5. Was the content understandable?
6. Was the coverage fairly consistent across the sections?
7. There is some built-in redundancy in the tutorial. Did you find this helpful?
8. Is there information missing that you would have expected to be covered?
9. Rank in terms of information value the various sections of the tutorial
(On a scale of 1 - 5, with 1 being "Not Important" and 5 being "Extremely Helpful")
10. Rank in terms of information value the following characteristics of the tutorial (on a scale 1-5, with 1 being not important and 5 being extremely helpful).
Because there is a lot of general information available on Digital Preservation, we chose to orient the tutorial around our Digital Preservation Management (DPM) model (the three-legged stool for organizational, technological, and resources legs and the five stage organizational maturity model to build sustainable digital preservation programs). Does that approach work as a frame for the tutorial?
12. Are there other means for presenting information that should be included?
(e.g., help screens, glossary, search feature)
Interface Design and Functionality
(on a scale of 1 - 5, with 1 being Poor and 5 being Excellent)
15. Were you able to keep a sense of context/direction as you progressed through the tutorial?
16. Was the interface too cluttered? (e.g., were there too many objects onscreen?)
17. Were the images of sufficient quality to illustrate their point?
18. Was the text easily legible?
19. Did you like the text layout?
20. Were the various components of the pages clear and distinguishable from each other?
21. Did the full page width appear on your screen?
22. Were any of the pages too long? (e.g., should certain pages be further subdivided?)
24. Was there a problem with download time?
13 + 3 =
Solve this simple math problem and enter the result. E.g. for 1+3, enter 4.