Online Assessment Techniques
Delta Pi Epsilon Journal Volume 44, Number 1, ISSN 0011-8052
Online assessment must measure both learning objectives and application of knowledge. Many current assessment techniques can be modified for online use. Multiple methods, including assessment of interaction and student self-assessment, should be used. (SK)
Robles, M. & Braathen, S. (2002). Online Assessment Techniques. Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 44(1), 39-49.
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