Blakea12 Dsabbah

Tool 1:
Tool 2:

(1) What kind of tool or resource are you thinking of focusing on?

  • We will focus on creating an effective line graph using three different online tools.

(2) How is this tool useful to college students?

  • line graphs can be very effective when showing a split between different sets of data. For example it could be used in business projects, lab write ups, and various other assignments.

(3) How will you limit your selection of tools? Some aspects you might use to limit your selection include cost, platform (Mac or Windows), availability (web-based vs. downloadable), and so on.

  • We edited our selection of tools by trying a variety of online options. We selected three that were easy to set up

(4) What criteria might you focus on as you test the tool? Criteria might include ease of use, flexibility, potential uses, and so on.

  • Were judging by how easy it is to create, how professional it appears, and how easily it can be inserted into a document.
  • We are also evaluating the three tools based on how easy it is to access them.

(5) What process might you use to test the tool? In other words, what will you plan to do in order to see how the tool works and how it measures up against your testing criteria?

  • We will create a one mock reason where we would need to create a line graph.
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