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Our Evaluation Team consists of our evaluation coordinator, Daniel Hickey, and eleven instructors who have agreed to use "Griffith IN CONTEXT" in their classrooms during the spring of 2001. A preliminary evaluation during the Fall semester of 2000 will take place at Georgia Tech as the multimedia tool is used in Greg VanHoosier-Carey's Regionalism in American Literature and Culture class and Ellen Strain's Film History class.

Daniel Hickey is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education at Georgia State University. He has extensive experience in assessing the educational value of software employed in the classroom and will be working with our team of instructors to evaluate "Griffith IN CONTEXT" according to six criteria: (1) Overall Instructional Impact, (2) Content-based Knowledge, (3) Generalizable Skills, (4) Flexibility of Use, (5) Ease of Use for Students and Instructors, (6) Usability.


  • Daniel Hickey
    Educational Psychology
    Georgia State University

  • Deborah Barker
    Department of English
    University of Mississippi

  • Daniel Bernardi
    Film and Television
    UCLA

  • Kate Bowles
    Communication and Cultural Studies
    University of Wollongong

  • Maureen Furniss
    Film Studies
    Chapman College

  • Eunice Johnston
    Department of English
    North Dakota State University


  • Ted McKosky
    Department of Theatre
    Radford University

  • Tara McPherson
    Critical Studies Department
    University of Southern California

  • Martin Norden
    Department of Communication
    University of Massachusetts-Amherst

  • Abe Markus Nornes
    Film and Video Studies
    University of Michigan

  • Jan Olsson
    Department of Cinema Studies
    Stockholm University

  • Frank Tomasulo
    Department of Communication
    Georgia State University