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1 Computer Aided Assessment using QuestionMark Perception by Catherine Ogilvie Educational Development Officer

2 Why Use CAA? enhance learning by using CAA broaden range of knowledge improve feedback to both students and lecturers variety of assessment encourages and motivates infinitely repeatable instant results objective and consistent reduce marking loads aid administration efficiency creation of easily accessible banks of questions more interesting and interactive

3 Pedagogy Staff development Writing questions Designing feedback and scoring Analysing and improving test questions Construction of tests Course objectives and learning outcomes Balance of assessment methods Embedding IT in teaching and learning Appropriateness of using CAA?

4 QuestionMark Perception Creates questions and organises them into tests or surveys for online delivery

5 Building an Assessment Create a bank of questions Organise into tests Publish onto the webserver Access tests through the internet Results collected & analysed

6 Question Types Multiple Choice Assertion/Reason True/False Yes/No Selection Multiple Response Likert Scale Matrix Fill in the blanks Text Match SAQ / Essay Hotspot Drag and drop Ranking Numeric

7 Multiple Choice Questions

8 True / False

9 Multiple Response

10 Fill in the Blanks

11 Selection / drop down

12 Drag & Drop

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14 Multimedia

15 The Student student anxiety appropriate IT skills what's the motivation fair and equal access to resources additional support practice using sample tests clear instructions revision tutorials using formative CAA

16 Feedback Is response correct or wrong Be positive / constructive Give even if correct Time to absorb comments Use graphics? If wrong explain why Be specific Be flexible - may need to change the question When to give feedback? Further information and resource links Simple and friendly Be encouraging Be honest Feedback is essential for learning

17 Summative Assessment Question Checklist Pre Examination Checklist Examination Checklist Contingency Plan Restart computers? Transfer to new computer? End assessment / exam? Provide a paper copy? Spare equipment? Loss of results?

18 Potential of Cheating? present same questions in random order random questions from question bank randomise the order of the answer choices/options privacy screens seating arrangements

19 Areas to Consider... staff development technological issues contingency plans feedback the student evaluation randomisation question design integration of CAA into the curriculum available resources formative or summative examination checklists purpose of the assessment

20 Some examples Diagnostic, Summative, Continuous, CPD... Maths Diagnostic Tests Physiotherapy Hotel, Tourism & Retail Management Computing Nursing & Midwifery Engineering Diagnostic Tests Health and Safety Passport Pharmacy

21 Further Information CELT, Learning Development, Useful Links, CAA: e.cfm?pge= e.cfm?pge=13710 Try out a test at: Name: rgu Password: rgu


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