E-Examinations and the Student Experience Regarding Appropriateness of Assessment and Course Quality in Science and Medical Science
The interest in, and use of, computers and software for assessment is reported to be increasingly popular via electronic examinations (e-exams). We deepen our understanding of the design, reception, and effectiveness of e-exams for history and philosophy of science modules, undertaken by first-year advanced science and medical science students at university. We employ a quasi-experimental research design approach to examine our implementation of e-exams on reported student satisfaction...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australasian Journal of Educational Technology|
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