Applying assessment principles and expanding the focus of assessment to enhance learning online

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Radloff, Alex and De La Harpe, Barbara. 2003. "Applying assessment principles and expanding the focus of assessment to enhance learning online ." Naidu, Som (ed.) Learning and Teaching With Technology: Principles and Practices. pp. 195-205
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Applying assessment principles and expanding the focus of assessment to enhance learning online

Book Chapter CategoryEdited book (chapter)
Book TitleLearning and Teaching With Technology: Principles and Practices
AuthorsRadloff, Alex and De La Harpe, Barbara
EditorsNaidu, Som
Page Range195-205
Chapter Number14
Number of Pages11
Year2003
ISBN0203416899
9780203416891
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203416891-26
Web Address (URL)https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/edit/10.4324/9780203416891-26/applying-assessment-principles-expanding-focus-assessment-enhance-learning-online-alex-radloff-barbara-de-la-harpe
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The new educational technologies can be a trigger for reconsidering what and how we assess. For academics engaged in online course development, as is the case when developing courses for any mode, it means that they need to understand and apply the principles of effective assessment when designing learning environments online.

Keywordsassessment ; learning online
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