Measuring staff attitude to an automated feedback system based on a computer adaptive test

T. Barker, Mariana Lilley

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Abstract

In Higher Education today, increasing reliance is being placed upon the use of online learning and assessment systems. Often these are used to manage learning, present information and test learners in an entirely undifferentiated way, all users having exactly the same view of the system. With the development of increasingly large and complex computer applications and greater diversity in learner groups, consideration of individual differences and greater efficiency in learning and testing have become important issues in designing usable and useful applications.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProcs 10th CAA Conf 2006
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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