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CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgments 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 References
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Distance education students -- Rating of.
College students -- Rating of.
Internet in higher education.