Evidence of Learning Online: Assessment Beyond The Paper

Judith V. Boettcher, Campus Technology, Feb 24, 2011
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Good paper looking at ways new technologies can help us assess in ways beyond the traditional essay or paper, taking account activities in a wider domain. Suggested assessment artifacts include professional work products, interviews, audio and video products, blogs and wikis. It is worth noting that while this article focuses on assessments within the course context, there is nothing that limits assessments to courses in particular, and that all public artifacts are raw materials for more general assessments that may be undertaken by third parties.
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