The Experience of Collaborative Assessment in E-Learning
Studies in Continuing Education Volume 24, Number 1, ISSN 0158-037X
Interviews and questionnaires elicited 40 learners' perceptions of collaborative assessment in an Internet course: 94% recognized benefits of self-, peer, and tutor evaluation; 82% thought the online medium appropriate; and 94% viewed collaborative assessment as a learning event and valued access to others' learning. The research shows that a positive social climate is necessary. (Contains 41 references.) (SK)
McConnell, D. (2002). The Experience of Collaborative Assessment in E-Learning. Studies in Continuing Education, 24(1), 73-92.
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