Online Assessment and Measurement: Case Studies from Higher Education, K-12 and Corporate

Online Assessment and Measurement: Case Studies from Higher Education, K-12 and Corporate

Mary Hricko (Kent State University, USA) and Scott L. Howell (Brigham Young University, USA)
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Release Date: July, 2005|Copyright: © 2006 |Pages: 372
ISBN13: 9781591407201|ISBN10: 1591407206|EISBN13: 9781591407225|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-720-1

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Online learning is one of the most important topics in distance learning, but practitioners and researchers have experienced difficulty in defining the process. Online Assessment and Measurement: Foundations and Challenges approaches the topic by finding a common ground to properly analyze online assessment and measurement.

Online Assessment and Measurement: Foundations and Challenges explores the development of online assessment and the way practitioners of online learning can modify their methodologies in the design, development, and delivery of their instruction to best accommodate their participants. It acts as a handbook for educators, trainers, support staff, librarians, human resource managers, and anyone interested in online assessment.

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Mary Hricko Ph.D., is an Associate Professor, Library & Media Services at Kent State University. She is currently the library director at the KSU Geauga Campus where she provides curricular support and technology training for faculty, staff, and students. She has participated in training programs at the Center for Distance Learning Research at Texas A&M and holds a certification in distance education administration. In addition to her research in Web accessibility, information literacy, and instructional technologies, she has published several articles and presented several papers on the role of academic support services in distance education. Prof. Hricko is the editor of the book “Design and Implementation of Web-Enabled Teaching Tools”, 2003, Information Science Publishing.
Scott L. Howell is the assistant to the dean for the Division of Continuing Education at Brigham Young University (BYU).  He assisted BYU in launching its online learning and assessment initiative (1999-2003) as the Director of a new Center of Instructional Design (CID).  Dr. Howell is widely published and respected for his work in distance education and online assessment.  He received his PhD in instructional science specializing in assessment and measurement, MS in community education, and BS in business management.

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