Table of contents for Assessing the online learner : resources and strategies for faculty / Rena M. Palloff and Keith Pratt.

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About the Authors
PART ONE Assessment Basics
ONE How Do We Know They Know?
Developing Standards of Assessment
Getting Down to Basics
Learner-Focused Teaching
Applying What We Have Learned
TWO Assessment Online
Principles of Effective Online Assessment
Assessment and the Online Learner
Using the Online Environment for Assessment Advantage
Plagiarism and Cheating
Applying What We Have Learned
THREE Course and Program Evaluation
Course Evaluation
Instructor Evaluation
Program Evaluation
Competency Assessment as Course and Program Evaluation
Applying What We Have Learned
PART TWO The Assessment and Evaluation Toolkit
Introduction to the Assessment and Evaluation Toolkit
Rubrics and Rubric Development
Using Student Feedback for Assessment
How Interactive Is It?
Authentic Assessments
Performance Assessments
Effective Test and Quiz Development
Portfolios as Assessment
Reflection and Self-Assessment
Collaborative Peer Assessment
The Use of Wikis and Blogs in Assessment
Effective Online Course Evaluation
Effective Faculty Evaluation
Additional Resources

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Distance education students -- Rating of.
College students -- Rating of.
Web-based instruction.
Internet in higher education.