Aisbitt, Sally and Sangster, Alan
Using internet-based on-line assessment: a case study.
Accounting Education: An International Journal, 14(4) pp. 383–394.
This paper describes the background, design process, and implementation problems encountered during the first year of use of an asynchronous internet-based on-line assessment system on an introductory accounting course. The on-line assessment system was both summative and formative in nature and was designed to encourage and reinforce the learning of basic principles. The paper reports a positive correlation between student performance in the on-line assessments and in their final examination. It concludes with a list of issues to be considered when embarking on a venture of this sort.
||Special Issue: BAA-SIG Conference Issue
||Internet-based online assessment; accounting; evaluation
||Open University Business School
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||12 Jul 2006
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