Quality Assessment of Digital Resources in Education

Saadia Marouane, Youssef Sefri, Abdallah Rhihil


The use of new information and communication technologies (ICT) in the field of training, where the ability to self-train, inform, and communicate via different technologies, is now becoming an essential condition for adapting to the programs taught. Moreover, the use of technologies for learning is currently a key skill to enable pedagogical actors to be more successful in an educational context. The problem that arises is how to ensure good management of the credibility of the digital resources used by learners, given the absence of central evaluation processes that constitute a risk for the reliability, credibility, and pedagogical value of the content used for teaching and learning. It is in this perspective that our article proposes an evaluation grid for digital training content that can be used by teachers and students. The proposed evaluation criteria have been inspired by a set of experiences and works of some authors who have worked on models of evaluation of the pedagogical quality of digital sources.


Keywords: teaching, pedagogical quality, information and communication technologies, digital sources, evaluation.



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