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Impact on Student Learning From Traditional Continuous Assessment and an E-Assessment Proposal
Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems
Is learning for assessment an inevitable outcome of assessment for learning? We plan to investigate on this -by showing the effects of traditional continuous assessment modes we have implemented, and inviting student opinions on an e-assessment proposal which was virtually tested in a university setup. Student's perceptions are checked in the case of traditional continuous assessment techniques vs. non continuous assessments and the effect tallied with the coursework marks obtained for twodblp:conf/pacis/JacobIS06 fatcat:ejlz3yli25bobi55usxsyub3im