Using Wiki for Rapid Authoring of Huge Numbers of E-Assessments
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Hasani-Mavriqi, I., Portsch, C., Trattner, C., Kacjan, B., Helic, D. & Maurer, H. (2010). Using Wiki for Rapid Authoring of Huge Numbers of E-Assessments. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010 (pp. 3046-3053). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Nowadays, Question and Test Interoperability (QTI) is a de facto standard for management of so called E-Assessments. It is our experience from numerous technology-supported education projects that QTI supports interoperability and exchange of assessments but completely neglects the authoring process of these assessments. In particular, the task of authoring of a large number of assessments for teachers without technical background is very time and resources consuming one. Therefore, we developed a novel format that focuses on supporting teachers in rapid authoring of huge number of E-Assessments and implemented it as a part of an educational Wiki system. In this paper we present this new format together with its implementation and the first evaluation results of the implemented tool.
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