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  • eAssessment ePortfolio by Ole C. Brudvik

    This is my final portfolio for the subject eAssessment.

    The portfolio consist of the following three elements:

    Task 1: Presentation of one paper from the list of literature for the peer students.
    Task 4: Plan and discuss one assessment session for a given case, related to the course.
    And finally a discussion of my own contribution to the learning process of the student group and your own learning process.

  • Task: 1 Present at least one paper from the list of literature for the peer students

    As a mandatory task, all students should present at least one paper or text from the literature for the others.

  • Nov 13, 11

    Development and Evaluation of Multiple Competitive Activities in a
    Synchronous Quiz Game System

  • Task 2: Comment on at least two of the other student literature presentations

    All students should present at least one paper as a mandatory task.

    All students should present a comment on at least two of the other students' presentations.

    The comments should at least include:

    agreements or disagreements on the main points
    comments on points of dicussions
    comments on the relevance of the paper to the field of e-assessment
    comments on the presentation (what could be better, what is really good)

    Comments can be written in memex/master. Comments should be posted at the latest one weak after the presentation.

    Of course, all students are welcome to comment all literature. The teacher will also comment on the presentation and the literature.

    If the students decide so, other media than memex can be used for comments and discussions. If so, the texts should be recorded some available place.

    • olebrudvik
      11:53 AM Sep 25
      Very interesting presentation of the paper and your own experience with tests in Fronter. It seems to me that important points here is how e-assessment is design and implemented is crucial for the success of it as a tool to both follow up whole-class and individual students learning progress and needs. Your own experience with Fronter illustrates this nicely:)
    • olebrudvik
      2:43 PM Today
      Hi Elin, thanks for a very good to the point presentation of this article and it got me thinking and working with my own portfolio for this subject. I totaly agree that portfolio is a good formative assessment method for distance education and that it supports your self-reflection and development of your learning and learning to learn. I think that portfolio is as much a summative as a formative assessment. Itit triggers or creates a trait of explicit and implicit formative assessment as you work on the portfolio. As I read you presentation now I also work on my portfolio and I decided to use Diigo for that as well. So as I do task 3 and 4 I simoultanously creates my portfolio. I go back and improve my work on previous tasks as I reflect on how I will finally put all this together in a high quality portfolio. I go through all the three types of use of eportfolio, developing it as a Diigo list by collecting and reflecting on it ( presenting it as Diigo Webslides ( by making sure I can mashs all together so I can play them viewable as Webslides for the assessor:)

      My interest is also how eportfolios work in upper secondary schools in Norway (vgs). Anyone have any knowledge of use of this or examples?

      I think this paper contributes very well to the literature on eAssessment and I particularly like the thre types of use.

  • Task 4: Plan and discuss one assessment session

    The aim of this task is to abtain hands-on experience with some of the theoretical stuff you work with in the course.

    The students can decide to work individually or in a team. This task is closely connected to the evaluation-of-software-task. The students should use the experiences from the evaluation task, and can (but do not have to) decide to design an assessment session based on the same software they have evaluated.

    Alternative: An evaluation of the social software evaluated in Task 3:

    Evaluate the results: does the test measure the students' competence? Is the technology suited for the task?

    You are free to chose technology.

    • Solutions to Game Addiction


      Your learning task is: Research what is game addiction and what causes it and create a proposal for a solution to game addiction. Use Diigo to create your solution: research the web, bookmark, highlight, tag and comment/sticky note the resources that can be: definitions, causes, evidences, data etc. Looking forward to your research, discussions & solutions using Diigo:)

  • Task 3 Exam

    A discussion of your own contribution to the learning process of the student group and your own learning process. Relate this discussion to relevant course literature.

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