Utilité, utilisabilité, acceptabilité : interpréter les relations entre trois dimensions de l'évaluation des EIAH

Abstract : This methodological paper proposes to define then to connect three dimensions of the evaluation of the CEHT. These three categories of criteria, if they are not new, appear in different fields of research and practices. The aim of this article is to define them, show their differences, their complementarity and their bonds. The utility relates to the training effectiveness. This category of criteria answers the question: Does the CEHT allows the people concerned to learn what they are supposed to learn? The usability relates to the possibility of handling the CEHT. This category of criteria answers the question: Is the CEHT easy to use, re-use, without wasting time and making error of handling? Acceptability relates to the decision to use the CEHT. This category of criteria answers the question: Is the CEHT compatible with the values, the culture, the organization in which one wants to insert it?
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André Tricot, Fabienne Plégat-Soutjis, Jean-François Camps, Alban Amiel, Gladys Lutz, et al.. Utilité, utilisabilité, acceptabilité : interpréter les relations entre trois dimensions de l'évaluation des EIAH. Environnements Informatiques pour l'Apprentissage Humain 2003, Apr 2003, Strasbourg, France. pp.391-402. ⟨edutice-00000154⟩

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