Channeling assessments in English language learning via interactive online platforms

@article{Yulia2019ChannelingAI,
  title={Channeling assessments in English language learning via interactive online platforms},
  author={Astri Yulia and Nor Azilah Husin and Faiz Anuar},
  journal={Studies in English Language and Education},
  year={2019}
}
Technology adoption in classrooms has impacted the way educational practitioners conduct assessments. Online quizzes are preferred compared to paper-pencil based tests. However, very few information that explains the contribution of online assessment towards holistic attainment of students in English. The present study aimed at examining the effects of online assessments on students’ performance. This research employed a quasi-experimental study to evaluate the role of interactive online… 

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