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Using the Internet for Career-Technical Assessment: A Pilot Project in Ohio
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Journal of Career and Technical Education Volume 16, Number 2, ISSN 1531-4952

Abstract

Administrative office technology assessments were delivered via the Internet to 141 vocational students. Compared to 61 who took a paper test, scores for the Internet group were significantly higher; 62% preferred the Internet format. There were few problems with accessing, downloading, taking, and submitting the test. (SK)

Citation

Austin, J.T. & Mahlman, R.A. (2000). Using the Internet for Career-Technical Assessment: A Pilot Project in Ohio. Journal of Career and Technical Education, 16(2), 27-39. Retrieved February 28, 2020 from .

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