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A number of course content development models are being prescribed. How effective are these models? Does course content, developed using these models, lead to improved learning? Empirical evaluation is perhaps the only way one can hope to get reliable answers to such questions. This paper describes a methodical assessment process consisting of unique experimental efforts undertaken for evaluation of one such model. After briefly introducing the new systematized courseware development model used, the paper describes the development of an e-course on Introduction to Internet Technology and its evaluation. The evaluation does indicate a significant difference in the knowledge level attained by students learning from online lessons created using the specific development model.