A Future in the Process of Arrival: Using Computer Technologies for the Assessment of Student Learning
SAEE, 2005 - Achievement tests - 114 pages
The purpose of this report is to document national and international practices and trends in computer-based assessment, to identify prototypes and evidence about their effectiveness, to provide examples of best practice, and to determine the implications for policy in the field of technology-delivered assessment.
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An Overview of Initial Findings
The Canadian Context for ComputerBased
Key CBA Initiatives in the United States
Converting to a ComputerBased Format
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