CAT-MD: Computerized Adaptive Testing on Mobile Devices

CAT-MD: Computerized Adaptive Testing on Mobile Devices

Evangelos Triantafillou (Center of Educational Technology, Greece), Elissavet Georgiadou (Center of Educational Technology, Greece) and Anastasios A. Economides (University of Macedonia, Greece)
DOI: 10.4018/jwltt.2008010102
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In the last decade, the use of different mobile products such as mobile phones and personal digital assistant (PDA) devices has increased rapidly. In parallel, the use of computerized adaptive testing (CAT) has expanded mainly due to the advancements in communication and information technology. The introduction of mobiles devices into the learning pedagogy can complement e-learning and e-testing by creating an additional channel of assessment with mobile devices. Although mobile computing has become an important and interesting research issue, little research has been done on the implementation of CAT using mobile devices. The current study describes the design issues that were considered for the development and the implementation of a CAT on mobile devices, CAT-MD (computerized adaptive testing on mobile devices).

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