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E-Learning Technologies and Evidence-Based Assessment Approaches - Christine Spratt

E-Learning Technologies and Evidence-Based Assessment Approaches

By: Christine Spratt (Editor), Paul Lajbcygier (Editor)

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Educational researchers and academicians need the latest advances in educational technologies in order to enhance instruction and aid student assessment and learning. E-Learning Technologies and Evidence-Based Assessment Approaches provides a variety of contemporary solutions to identified educational problems related to the assessment of student learning in e-learning environments. This book draws on research and evaluation expertise of academicians engaged in the day-to-day challenges of using e-learning technologies and presents key issues in peer assessment using advanced technologies.

Re-assessing validity and reliability in the e-learning environment / Selby Markham, John Hurt -- Assessing teaching and students' meaningful learning processes in an e-learning course / P??ivi Hakkarainen, Tarja Saarelainen, Heli Ruokamo -- Collaborative e-learning using wikis : a case report / Charlotte Brack -- Learning and assessment with virtual worlds / Mike Hobbs, Elaine Brown, Marie Gordon -- A faculty approach to implementing advanced, e-learning dependent, formative and summative assessment practices / Paul White, Greg Duncan -- Ensuring security and integrity of data for online assessment / Christine Armatas, Bernard Colbert -- Issues in peer assessment and e-learning / Robyn Benson -- The validity of group marks as a proxy for individual learning in e-learning settings / Paul Lajbcygier, Christine Spratt -- Validation of e-learning courses in computer science and humanities : a matter of context / Robert S. Friedman, Fadi P. Deek, Norbert Elliot -- Designing, implementing and evaluating a self-and-peer assessment tool for e-learning environments / Richard Tucker, Jan Fermelis, Stuart Palmer -- Identifying latent classes and differential item functioning in a cohort of e-learning students / Andrew Sanford, Paul Lajbcygier, Christine Spratt -- Is learning effective when studying using a mobile device compared to other methods? / Christine Armatas, Anthony Saliba -- Evaluation strategies for open and distributed learning environments / Thomas C. Reeves, John G. Hedberg -- Introducing integrated e-portfolio across courses in a postgraduate program in distance and online education / Madhumita Bhattacharya -- Practical strategies for assessing the quality of collaborative learner engagement / John LeBaron, Carol Bennett -- Afterword: Learning-centered focus to assessment practices / Som Naidu.

ISBN: 9781605664118
ISBN-10: 1605664111
Format: PDF
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 344
Published: 31st May 2009