The Cognitive Assistance Factor Evaluation (CAFE) Toolkit contains tools to help educators design or re-design their courses or learning materials using Cognitive Load Theory and what we know about human cognitive architecture.
The primary purpose of this site is to provide user-friendly feedback on how to improve materials - or indeed an entire course - that may be "troublesome". Troublesome materials and courses are those where many students deliver poor performance. In these courses, students are often relatively novice or the content is relatively difficult, or both. In these situations students can still learn the content but there needs to be a focus on avoiding cognitive overload in students.