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Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education

December 2005 Volume 30, Number 6

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Online Versus Traditional Teaching Evaluation: Mode Can Matter

    Eyal Gamliel & Liema Davidovitz

    Using an experimental mixed design, this study compared the traditional paper-and-pencil method for evaluating teaching with the online method. Replicating previous findings, the comparison... More

    pp. 581-592

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  2. A Risk-Analysis Approach to Implementing Web-Based Assessment

    Chris Ricketts & Stan Zakrzewski

    Computer-Based Assessment is a risky business. This paper proposes the use of a model for web-based assessment systems that identifies pedagogic, operational, technical (non web-based), web-based... More

    pp. 603-620

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  3. Extended Matching Sets Questions for Online Numeracy Assessments: A Case Study

    Alan J. Cann

    Extended matching sets questions (EMSQs) are a form of multiple-choice question (MCQ) consisting of a stem (the question or scenario) with an extended number of possible answers. Although there is ... More

    pp. 633-640

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