Assessing learning in an online environment is being used by teachers and institutions at an increasing rate. Learners are demanding a more flexible approach to assessment activities just as they have done with learning. This demand will increase as online practice becomes embedded into all schools, further and higher educational courses and corporate training programs. As students are engaging with content in an online environment, they will also need to be assessed using the same tools that are used for the learning experience. This book provides practical guidance to various aspects of online assessment including - types of assessment - choosing the right software - examples of e-assessment over a wide-variety of disciplines - making e-assessment interactive gThe commercial vendor Quia (http://www.quia.com) provides examples of diagnostic and formative quizzes in economics ... Java applets may be incorporated into e-assessments as discussed in more detail in Chapter 14. The JeLSlM Builder toolkit is written in the Java programming language and allows teachers or instructional designers to create Java applets that are delivered through a web browser.
|Title||:||The e-assessment handbook|
|Publisher||:||Continuum Intl Pub Group - 2007-09-05|