Audio CBTs: An Initial Framework for the Use of Sound in Computerized Tests
Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice Volume 20, Number 2, ISSN 0731-1745
Addresses the potential benefits of using sound in computerized assessments. Describes some current computer uses of the audio channel of communication and outlines a proposed audio computer-based testing framework. Provides some examples of operational and experimental audio tests and reviews some research cautions and recommendations. (SLD)
Parshall, C.G. & Balizet, S. (2001). Audio CBTs: An Initial Framework for the Use of Sound in Computerized Tests. Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice, 20(2), 5-15.