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ERIC Number: ED508891
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2006
Pages: 343
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: 1-5914-0747-8
Online Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation: Emerging Practices
Williams, David, Ed.; Hricko, Mary, Ed.; Howell, Scott, Ed.
Information Science Publishing
"Online Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation: Emerging Practices" provides a view of the possibilities and challenges facing online educators and evaluators in the 21st Century. As technology evolves and online measurement and assessment follow, "Online Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation: Emerging Practices" uses established evaluation principles to employ new tools in evaluation systems that support stakeholders, clarify values and definitions of the evaluation methods, encourage thought about important questions, and refresh the readers' memories of contexts and backgrounds. This book also adheres to evaluation standards of feasibility, propriety, utility, and accuracy in order to help participants realize that technical issues and methods are only worthwhile when they are in the service of helping people make thoughtful choices. Chapters of this book include: (1) Measurement and Assessment Supporting Evaluation in Online Settings (David Williams); (2) The Context and Culture of the Web Research Environment (Paula Doherty); (3) Computer-Adaptive Online Exit Surveys (Najmuddin Shaik); (4) Qualitative Standards for E-Learning (Krista Breithaupt and Colla MacDonald); (5) Online Course-Ratings and the Personnel Evaluation Standards (Susan Clark, Christian Reiner and Trav Johnson); (6) Case Study (Christopher Sessums, Tracy Irani, Ricky Telg and T. Robers); (7) Online Program Assessment (Faye Lesht, Rae-Anne Montague, Vaughn Page, Najmuddin Shaik and Linda Smith); (8) Cybercoaching (Ni Chang and Naomi Petersen); (9) Testing the Validity of the Post and Vote Model of Web-Based Peer Assessment (Bruce Mann); (10) Online Assessment in a Teacher Education Program (Charles Peters and Patricia Kenney); (11) Variations in Adaptive Testing and Their Online Leverage Points (Roy Levy, John Behrens and Robert Mislevy); (12) Using Messicks Framework to Validate Assessment Tasks in Online Environments (Valerie Ruhe and Bruno Zumbo); (13) Online Assessment and Instruction Using Learning Maps (Jim Lee, Sylvia Tidwell-Scheuring and Karen Barton); (14) Authentic Assessment Online (Smita Mathur and Terry Murray); (15) Performance Testing (James Olsen); (16) Assessment and College Progress (Jennifer Holtz and Barbara Radner); (17) Evaluating Content-Management Systems for Online Learning Programs (Deborah Schnipke, Kirk Becker and James Masters); (18) Learning by Doing (John Wise, Sang Lee and Sarah Rzasa Zappe); and (19) The Role of Assessment and Evaluation in Context (Julia Matuga).
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
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Language: English
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