Chapter 4: Comparison: Recommendation, Evaluation, and ...

Chapter 4: Comparison: Recommendation, Evaluation, and ...

Chapter 4: Evaluation and Feasibility Reports Presenters: Oum Keltoum Nejmi Raja Hammi Macoumba Ndiaye Saad Fattachi | | |

Instructor: Dr. H.Belhiah Outline Introduction Feasibility, and Evaluation reports 1 | Feasibility Reports 2 | Evalutation Reports

Conclusion References Introduction How do you write feasibility reports? 1 | Feasibility Reports: Technical feasibility Financial feasibility

Social feasibility Administrative feasibility How do you write evaluation reports? 2 | Evaluation Reports: What is an evaluation report? How does it differ from a feasibility report? Structure of an Evaluation Report Title page containing

Table of content Title of report Name of author Executive summary

Summarizing the conclusions and the recommendations (~100 words) Usually required for big reports, but not this time Aims, purpose of the report (~60 words) Structure of an Evaluation Report (Continued) Findings (main part of the report)

Short summary of what has been done (~60 words) Sectionsm usually evalutation criteria (150-180 words each): Fun, Usability,

Content Conclusions (~50 words) Recommendations (~50 words) Structure of the Evaluation Report (Continued) References Appendix

Evaluation sheets of the heuristic evaluation Other notes of evaluation Conclusion References McMurrey, D. A. (2002). Power Tools for Technical Communication. Thomson Wadsworth.

McMurrey, D. A. (2001). Power Tools for Technical Communication. Retrieved January 29, 2009, from http://www.io.com/~hcexres/power_tools/index.html *Thank you for your attention

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