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Delivering Online Examinations: A Case Study

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Author(s): Jason HOWARTH, John MESSING and Irfan ALTAS | John MESSING | Irfan ALTAS

Journal: The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education
ISSN 1302-6488

Volume: 5;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 17;
Date: 2004;
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Keywords: ine examination | computer based testing

ABSTRACT
Delivering Online Examinations: A Case Study Jason HOWARTH John MESSING Irfan ALTAS Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga-AUSTRALIA ABSTRACT This paper represents a brief case study of delivering online examinations to a worldwide audience. These examinations are delivered in partnership with a commercial online testing company as part of the Industry Master’s degree at Charles Sturt University (CSU). The Industry Master’s degree is an academic program for students currently employed in the IT industry. Using Internet Based Testing (IBT), these students are examined in test centres throughout the world. This offers many benefits. For example, students have the freedom of sitting exams at any time during a designated interval. Computer-based testing also provides instructors with valuable feedback through test statistics and student comments. In this paper, we document CSU’s use of the IBT system, including how tests are built and delivered, and how both human and statistical feedback is used to evaluate and enhance the testing process.
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