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Identifying innovative and effective practice in e-assessment: findings from seventeen UK case studies
conference contributionposted on 2009-04-02, 13:46 authored by Denise Whitelock, Don Mackenzie, Christine Whitehouse, Cornelia Ruedel, Simon Rae
The aim of this JISC funded project was to extend the understanding of what e-assessment meant to users and producers in the HE and FE sectors. A case study methodology was employed to identify and report upon best and current practice within this field of inquiry. This approach facilitated the identification of both the enabling factors and barriers associated with eassessment. The variety of applications of e-assessment studied and their innovation and general effectiveness indicate the potential of e-assessment to significantly enhance the learning environment and the outcomes for students, in a wide range of disciplines and applications.
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CitationWHITELOCK, D. ... et al, 2006. Identifying innovative and effective practice in e-assessment: findings from seventeen UK case studies. IN: Danson, M. (ed.). 10th CAA International Computer Assisted Assessment Conference : Proceedings of the Conference on 4th and 5th July 2006 at Loughborough University. Loughborough : Lougborough University, pp. 505-514
Publisher© Loughborough University
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NotesThis is a conference paper.