A Comparative Analysis of Web-Based Testing and Evaluation Systems

  title={A Comparative Analysis of Web-Based Testing and Evaluation Systems},
  author={Elizabeth J. Gibson and Patrick W. Brewer and Ajay Dholakia and Mladen A. Vouk and Donald L. Bitzer},
incorporate some form of knowledge testing. Unfortunately, facilities for tracking and evaluation of user knowledge, and for interactive feedback, are precisely what is lacking in the Web interfaces that are readily available today (e.g., browsers). This has motivated a number of researchers to discuss and develop systems that support development of Web-based courseware, as opposed to Web-pages. In this paper, we describe testing and evaluation features that Web-based courseware should o er and… CONTINUE READING

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