Interactive Assessment and Course Transformation Using Web-Based Tools
EPTD Volume 2002, Number 1, ISSN 1532-0030
Discusses the need for course assessment that includes the instructor's perception, the student's perception, and the student's performance and describes the roles that Web-based tools can play in the active learning process and in interactive assessment based on experiences with a multimedia production course. (LRW)
Byers, C. (2002). Interactive Assessment and Course Transformation Using Web-Based Tools. Extending the Pedagogy of Threaded-Topic Discussions., 2002(1),.
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