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What is Computer Adaptive Testing

ICT-Based Assessment, Methods, and Programs in Tertiary Education
The application of computers to assessment processes, including the delivery of tests, the capture of responses and marking by either computer or human marker.
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Assessing Language Learning in Technology-Enhanced Environments
Zeynep Çetin Köroğlu (Bayburt University, Turkey)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 20
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-3062-7.ch003
Modern language classrooms need to be modified to adapt to the rapidly-enhanced technological innovations in terms of designing, planning, teaching, and assessing. In line with the growing trend and interest in exploring the internet, technology-based tools, and environments for assessment purposes of foreign language learning, this chapter takes a critical look at language assessment through ICT by addressing the research gap in the field and discussing through a non-systematic review of related research. In addition, innovative digital language assessment tools are presented, and related research questions are answered in relation to, especially a language skill, speaking. The current chapter aims to shed light on how ICT, technology-enhanced environments, and innovative digital tools can be used for language assessment.
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