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Incorporating computer-assisted assessment to Bachelor of Science in industrial technology courses

Rommel P. Viloria

Abstract


The use of computers in education has already been established for decades. Computers have been used from lesson preparations, presentations, and student assessments. Many authors have studied the design, implementation, and impact of computer-assisted assessment (CAA) (also called computer-based testing, e-exam, or computer-based assessment) in education in many different subject areas. Apparently, among those subject areas does not include skills-oriented courses such as the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT). In this research, a methodology is proposed to be used in order to incorporate both formative and summative CAA into the BSIT courses.

Keywords: Computer-assisted assessment, computer-based assessment, formative test, summative test, BS in Industrial Technology




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