|Keywords:||Websites, teachers, education|
|Full text PDF:||http://dspace.library.uu.nl:8080/handle/1874/312067|
Websites are a common resource for education nowadays. The offer of websites, however, is so large that teachers lack time to screen the websites for usefulness. Websites remain unused even though they are of good use to add context to the concepts for students and they can orientate students on beta careers. Since teachers are the main link between students and (educational) websites, this research focusses on teachers’ opinions on which information is important to decide on the use of an educational website. The results of a survey and interviews with teachers on general preferences, preferences concerning the case study website Food Galaxy and preferences concerning created material can inform website builders on how to communicate the use of their website best to teachers so they can choose their websites fast and properly.